Ever read a book that reminded you of Inception or some multiverse movies? Because this book surely did it. It was hard for me to understand where the story was going until I finished half of the book. But what an ending!
When I completed my final day of my internship at Canongate Books, Edinburgh in July 2019, this book was hot off the press. I had to wait to get my hands on it, and now that I have, I am intrigued to view food from a different angle because it is full of insights, questions, and interesting thoughts.
Print Length: 256 Format: Hardcover Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
Would you believe me if I told you that I once applied for a PhD in English with a topic on food memoirs? Unfortunately, I was not accepted, but my love for reading about how food impacts different cultures, lives, habits, and cuisines remains undiminished.
Print Length: 480 pages Format: Hardcover Publisher: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
Hello Readers! It’s been ages since I posted a book review. Nevertheless, I now have a membership to the Douglas County Library @dclcolorado, & I am guilty of making way too many simultaneous book reservations. Thus, I think, is the delightful life of a bookworm.
TW: Mental Illness, Suicide, Mental Health, Social & Family Issues, Death, Depression, Racism
My first introduction to Kafka was in Prague, Czech Republic. The Head of Franz Kafka is a moving sculpture by David Černý which is 11 meters tall and made of 42 rotating panels. A year later, thanks to The Big Book Box, I received Metamorphosis as part of their January 2021 Anniversary box. Huge shout-out to the @TBB team for including this lovely novella with so many other bookish goodies!
Franz Kafka was a Prague-born and based German-language writer of Jewish origin, one of the most influential and appreciated writers of the 20th century . His work fuses elements of realism and the fantastic. Metamorphosis is one of the finest examples of absurdist fiction. So if this is your first time reading about Kafka, let me point out why this is a must read that can be finished quickly.
It has been a while since I wrote my Random Musings. I was in Edinburgh then and wrote it after I leisurely took my time admiring the Edinburgh Castle from The Princes Street Gardens. Here is the post if you want to read more.