4⭐️ Another enjoyable read from Mary Lawson. I like how the three characters are connected, how they are actually reflections of one another. There‘s something about her writing that I really like… simple, engaging, and addictive 😍
Well that was gigantically disappointing.
There were hints of a story I wanted to read: a mysterious, possibly cursed object with a long history of doomed adventure, investigated in the present day by a pair with their own secrets/possible dark pasts, the promise of answers to both historical and contemporary mysteries; 1/?
I just rewatched season 1 of the screen adaption of The Handmaid‘s Tale and I have to say, there is some serious sh*t going on in the US today that uncomfortably resembles Atwood‘s dystopia. On multiple fronts.
Well, the time has come - #LMPBC is going to be retired! 😢 I'll miss this, but everything has its season. I've created a group for mystery/thrillers, there are other options also open, and plenty of slots if you want to create your own group as well, so check out the sign-up sheet and come read along!!
Thank you so much for hosting @suvata !!
Finished this small powerful book during #hyggehour last night. Rice‘s quiet new take on a post apocalyptic scenario in an Anishinaabe community explores the dual threats of reliance on infostructure and technology and what happens when we suddenly loose that, and the menace of the white world constantly encroaching further and how the community can best band together and stay true to their values in the face of that onslaught.