What I’m reading in August 2021: dystopia, a bit of Kafka, and an amazing Caribbean story

After a short and sweet holiday aboard (first one since the pandemic started!) I'm back with a reading status I'm proud of! In the past month I read 3 books aaand I also managed to write their reviews before publishing this update! 🀩

Surviving in the Earth’s last wildlife area: The New Wilderness by Diane Cook (book review)

The New Wilderness caught my eye when it was shortlisted for the 2020 Booker Prize. I watched the online awards ceremony during lockdown and I remember being intrigued by the theme of the book ... sounded like a dystopia I would very much enjoy. Sometimes you just gotta' trust your intuition, don't you?

What I’m reading in July 2021: dystopia, dystopia, dystopia … and a bit of fantasy

July is here! It's a time of celebrations - my birthday and our wedding anniversary are the highlights of the month πŸ₯³ Plus the excitement of the upcoming summer holiday in August β˜€οΈ  Let's get to the bookish side of life! July seems to be all about dystopian stories, with a touch of fantasy. Finishing … Continue reading What I’m reading in July 2021: dystopia, dystopia, dystopia … and a bit of fantasy