Such an unusual book

“Heather Rose’s novel, “The Museum of Modern Love,” is a part-fact, part-fiction tale of art, love, grief and convergence.” (Joe Wigdahl for The New York Times). I had not heard of Marina Abramovic before reading this book and I had to check her out on the internet to discover who she was.  The book revolves…

Couldn’t stop with this one.

I started this book and literally could not put it down.  It started off with what I would call a rather scary element but I was drawn in.  It is a book that has you puzzled throughout and you are even left with questions at the end.  It is the story of an outsider.  A…

Three that have a link

I have had a sudden burst of reading and these are three of the books I have read. This one certainly provided a bit of humour to the complexities of growing old. It was a light read and thoroughly enjoyable. The second book was also linked to old age but with the added twist of…

The last of my March books

These are the remaining few books I finished in March. This was a non-fiction book, my first non-fiction for a while.  I found it extremely interesting and the blurb from the book gives you a good idea of why I found it so interesting. “I was born into a world that expected very little of…

Another February read

This is a Miles Franklin WInner to add to my 2019 Reading Challenge.  It certainly lives up to the status of winner and depicts Australia in beautiful language. From the book cover: “His father dead by fire and his mother plagued by demons of her own, William is cast upon the charity of his unknown…