I remember reading some crazy awesome reviews about The Yellow Wall-Paper a few years ago, talking about its beautiful writing, important message, and general amazingness. HAHA OK, no.
There were good parts. There were bad parts. (I am a philosopher and I am profound, yes.)
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A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles
★★★★★ — 99%
OH MY. I savored every minute I spent reading A Gentleman in Moscow. Frankly, I’d rather reread it than write a review. It wasn’t anything like the book I was expecting. It was sweeter, softer, wittier, and way, way classier.
Take a bow, Amor Towles. This was a masterpiece.
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The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern
★★★★ — 90%
Because nothing can ever live up to this, THAT’S WHY. I did probably the absolute worst thing I could ever do besides smash an antique vase (or stab someone HI the butler did it, I’m innocent) and decided to read Caraval right after I finished The Night Circus. #REGRET. It’s cruel on Caraval and it’s cruel on me.
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