Monthly Wrap-Up is a book meme hosted by Bookidote.
Hey bookworms, time for another Monthly Wrap-Up! I read a pretty good amount this September, and posted a lot more book reviews (some of which were books I read in August). The last two weeks of the month I couldn’t post as much. I didn’t get many new books from the library, and work has been crazy getting ready for (Canadian) Thanksgiving! Continue reading →
Publication: July 17th 2018
Pages: 308 pages
Genre: Fiction, Fantasy, Retelling, Contemporary, Mythology
My Rating: ⛤⛤⛤⛤
“Here’s the truth of the world, here it is. You’re never everything anyone else wants. In the end, it’s going to be you, all alone, on a mountain, or you, all alone, in a hospital room. Love isn’t enough, and you do it anyway. Love isn’t enough, and it’s still this thing that everyone wants,” (Dahvana Headley 216-217).
Honestly, I don’t know a lot about Beowulf. I only read a snippet of it in high school, and picking up this book I knew I’d be reading it more as a book than as an adaption. I was intrigued by the idea of an adaption of Beowulf set in the suburbs, even if my memory on the original myth is fuzzy and incomplete. But still, I enjoyed it, and if anything it made me want to read Beowulf so that I could see the connections Dahvana Headley weaved into her work. Continue reading →
The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimba @ Caffeinated Book Reviewer.
Hello everyone, it’s time for another exciting round of The Sunday Post! I was pretty busy this week, let me tell you all about it! Continue reading →