I have mixed feelings about this book. **Spoiler warning** I'm giving it a solid 3 out of 5 stars. Some of the fault might be mine for speeding through the book too quickly. Also, reading it on the heels of The Secret History felt worlds different. I wouldn't say Hold Back the Tide was a… Continue reading Hold Back the Tide: Readable
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Building Great Sentences
What other way to end off April than delving into a book on Great Sentences? I picked up this Great Courses guidebook at the library, and I'll give you my brief notes on each chapter. Sentences make "propositions" -- ideas which we may agree or disagree with. Syntax (arrangment) and vocabulary (content) inform a sentence.… Continue reading Building Great Sentences
The Secret History: A Review
I have so many thoughts and feelings on this book, I'm making this a short review to include ONLY the most important things. **SPOILERS AHEAD** The Good Poetic, lyrical writing style full of precise vocabulary and syntax. It's a pleasure to read. Somehow, the elaborate language doesn't feel impossible to wade through. It complements the… Continue reading The Secret History: A Review
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Jujutsu Kaisen: REVIEW
So it's not twelve pages, but if you're curious, here's my thoughts on the best manga I've read in three months: Jujustu Kaisen.