ClassicsWuthering Heights by Emily Bronte
I'll come clean. I had never read Wuthering Heights before. I've read tons of classics, but you can't read them all, and this is one of the ones that I had missed.
Now that I've read it, I really don't feel like I was missing out on anything at all.
This is a dark novel. It is hard to be immersed in that for as long as it takes to read this extremely long novel. And I found that I hated all of the characters. Every single one of them. At book club, one of the ladies asked, wait, but what about Cathy? What about Hareton? Nope, I'm serious, I hated them all. And that makes it very difficult to see anything redeeming about the novel.
I don't recommend this.
Macbeth by William Shakespeare
I love Macbeth. This was a good re-read.
I recommend it.
Look forward to these reviews next time!
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Daring Greatly by Brene Brown
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Anne of Green Gables by LM Montgomery
The Song of the Lioness Series (Numbers 1-4) by Tamora Pierce
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The Moonstone by Wilkie Collins