The Canterville Ghost by Oscar Wilde – Review

I was bored and I was looking at the free Apple Books when I found The Canterville Ghost. It sounded interesting and it was quite short! I don’t usually read short stories out of the blue like this. I am typically a strict 300pagesisconsideredashortbook typa gal. The Canterville Ghost may be a short read but […]

A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess – Review

The main reason why I wanted to read A Clockwork Orange is firstly because its dystopian and I love reading dystopian novels and secondly because this book is often studied in schools and banned in them too! Just like Brave New World , this book is banned for multiple reasons, mainly for graphic violence and assault (I […]

The Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka – Review

Surprisingly, I love this TV show called Gilmore Girls which aired like a year after I was born. One of my friends recommended this show to me and I thought I would not enjoy it because of how mundane it was. Truly, I find that nothing major has happened since season one but I watch it […]

Frankenstein by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley – Review

  A couple weeks ago I was browsing free ebooks on my phone and landed on Frankenstein. Although I’ve obviously heard of Frankenstein I have never read it nor did I think I would want to read it, since the premise of the novel did not seem to my great interest. But I can affirm […]

Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen – Review

Author: Jane Austen  Publisher: Penguin English Library  Publication date: November, 2012 (Original edition in 1817) Pages: 247 Price: $14.99 CAD (Paperback) at Indigo Books & Music Online Synopsis  ‘To look almost pretty, is an acquisition of higher delight to a girl who has been looking plain the first fifteen years of her life, than a beauty from […]