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Alias Grace by Margaret Atwood

I’m a firm believer that Margaret Atwood should win the Nobel Prize in Literature, and my contribution this month is talking about one of her books. Alias Grace is a historic fiction inspired by the real-life story of Grace Marks, a Canadian maid accused of murdering her boss and his lover with the help of […]

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What I Read in July

July was one of those months that lasted 10 minutes. Actually, 2020 has been like this. But I still managed to read five books. Annihilation by Jeff Vandermeer Annihilation is the first book from the Southern Command trilogy. This book was written as if it was a diary from a biologist during her expedition to […]

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What I Read in June

June was a weird a month both personally and globally. On a personal level it was a very busy but also anxious time. On global level the Black Lives Matters movement dominated the headlines, changed the way we look at police and history and, according to The New York Times, might be the largest movement […]

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