Visit site

Related Pins

February ¦¦ Mateship with Birds by Carrie Tiffany [The Guardian review]

Review: The Rehearsal by Eleanor Catton | Books | The Guardian

Alan Hollinghurst - The Line of Beauty Although the book takes time to explore Hollinghurst's principal obsessions with Eros and aesthetics, its main theme is the climate of giddy success among well-to-do Tories between the electoral victories of 1983 and 1987. "The 80s are going on for ever," declares one character blithely, while a typically self-serving civil servant sums up the mood in Whitehall: "The economy's in ruins, no one's got a job, and we just don't care, it's bliss."

A Wild Vortex of Books Flying Right at You. Wolfman's Books, Oakland

How to Be a Woman by Caitlin Moran – review | Books | The Guardian

So when I Say I'm reading when u call my name it really means shut up and leave me alone to read:)

the first chapter book I ever read took me to Neverland, and I never want to leave.

Everything Jane Austen! Must have books for your Beside Drawer! #BedsideDrawer AND #ad