What does the Man Booker mean to you? To me it means a celebration of language, for books to be original yet accessible; to encourage & foster new, not so literary, readers into the wonderful world of reading.
“Lilith Bloom had the peculiar feeling that the rose garden wanted to eat her.”
A marmite book indeed. Could someone help me understand it’s overwhelming list of accolades?
Why ‘the sugar cane diaries’? What does the name mean to me? Cue a good old nostalgia fest.
“What would you stop at to help the people you love most? Well, you obviously don’t love anyone very much if your love is contingent on them always staying the same.”
Straight up, where does the year go?! Honestly, it felt like last week I was thinking about the #manbookerinternational shortlist – yes us, bookworms remember the passage of time via bookish events and books we’ve read… (surely i’m not the only one…) so without further ado, let us begin! *party popper emoji* Expectations aka. What […]
“It had the face of a worm
A worm, I say!”