Wilderness Tips * Margaret Atwood

It’s been a while since I’ve read a bit or Margaret Atwood. Last book of hers I’ve devoured like this was Margaret Atwood * Moral Disorder Book review and that pretty much summed up in short stories what I love about Margaret Atwood. Stories about the existential depression of human life, about how love and sexContinue reading “Wilderness Tips * Margaret Atwood”

Stephen King & Owen King * Sleeping Beauties

I so wanted to love this novel. I sooo wanted it. Instead I felt ripped off. At least Joe Hill (Stephen King’s other son) found his feet and shone in Horns and The Fireman. I thought maybe Owen King is just finding his feet and he needed a bit of dad help into starting offContinue reading “Stephen King & Owen King * Sleeping Beauties”

Cat’s eye by Margaret Atwood

I think I have a new favourite book! Margaret Atwood has this way of talking about relationships between men and women and women and other women that cuts through the surface and presents a raw image of raw emotions (Margaret Atwood -The Blind Assassin, Margaret Atwood – Life before man, The edible woman – Margaret Atwood,The Handmaid’s TaleContinue reading “Cat’s eye by Margaret Atwood”

Dolores Clairborne * Stephen King

Sometimes you have to be a high riding bitch to survive, sometimes, being a bitch is all a woman has to hang on to Delores Claiborne, a cranky old maid for a rich lady, tells the story of her life – from the “accidental” murder of her husband and how he got to inherit millionsContinue reading “Dolores Clairborne * Stephen King”

Why Do We Have to Live with Men? Bernadette Strachan

8 Women decided to give up men for various reasons and to isolate themselves in a commune in next to Lyme Regis in England for six whole months. Their lives turn up-side-down as they discover the sense of belonging and friendship that can either bring people together or drive them apart for good.