It‘s... daunting. But a really entertaining book I couldn‘t put down once I made the time for it. Regarding its length - I think it could be shorter butttt - I‘m not upset in the least about the length because the details within the pages are so rich that it was easy and enjoyable to read. The Hissing Lady also made a few appearances in my dreams while reading this, which was... fun. 🤣😅🤯
“All books are good” ✨☕️📖
End of the Year Mental Health Check-In: How are you doing today? ❤️ What is one thing you‘re grateful for? ✨ How do you take care of yourself during the Holiday Season? 🏃🏻♀️💆🏻♀️ How will you celebrate the ending of a year and the beginning of a new one tomorrow?
“You‘re wrong... Loneliness is not about how many people you have around. It‘s about whether or not you feel connected. Whether or not you‘re able to be yourself.”
A must read for dystopian lovers, especially if you enjoy a plot that lingers after you‘re done. Ogawa‘s writing style is simplistic & soft, adding to the eeriness of this story about memory-loss brought on by the authoritarian government & enforced by The Memory Police. We watch as the main character loses memory of mundane & personal items, & how the loss of memories impacts the community & individuals on the island. #bookswithbohemianyogini