A Thousand Ships was a fantastic collection of stories about the Trojan War, but intead of being about the warriors, these stories focused on the women who were involved. From the Goddesses to Helen, to princesses and queens taken hostage, there are several stories within that were absolutely amazing. I had such a hard time… Continue reading A Thousand Ships by Natalie Haynes
First, I want to apologize for missing posting a few days. I went on holidays and got some much needed r&r. But I'm back, and hopefully posting will continue with se regularity now. On to the book review! As many of you may know, recent hot books have been The Song of Achilles and Circe,… Continue reading The Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller
Norse Mythology was the first book by Neil Gaiman that I had ever read. And I instantly fell in love with his writing style, his story telling, and the stories that he wrote. Other than watching Marvel movies, my knowledge of Norse mythology was non-existent. I found that Gaiman's Norse Mythology was a fabulous introductory… Continue reading Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman
Stephen King is one of my all time favourite authors, and Rose Madder is one of my most favourite books written by him. The story follows a young woman, held captive by her husband, and follows her escape and the life she builds after. Nothing like an empowered woman getting her revenge. Highly recommend.