Isaac Severy, a brilliant physicist and mathematician is dead, and our protagonist is launched into a strange, real life scavenger hunt.
As much as I love to read, sometimes there are books that just don’t hit the right tone for me. But that doesn’t mean it’s terrible or that some of my readers might not be interested. These are books I did-not-finish (DNF) recently, but might deserve a second look from another reader.
Drawing on the themes of Shakespeare’s MacBeth, Katherine is a fierce woman, tired of living by her husband’s rules and she has no problem committing murder to get what she wants. And, as is the sign of good storytelling, the audience is tempted to cheer for her.
April is National Poetry Month and this week’s topic for Top Ten Tuesday is open, so I thought I would share lines from some of my favorite poets.
Miller has written more than a novel; she has drawn a psychological sketch of a previously minor character in the mythological panoply.