Reading a book is more than seeing a collection of words on a page, and finishing a book is more than turning the final page and starting on the first of a new one. Good novels stay with us, and each book makes us see world in a slightly different way. And that’s why I started this blog: books make us tick, they make us think, and they make us, well, us. And I want to tell you all about them.
The Open Book is here for those who have never truly finished reading. This is a blog for the curious ones, who always want to find out all the details and the subtleties of their favourite novels. This blog is for those who cannot help but wonder at the inventiveness of literature.
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Here are some posts which I think you might like:
Last week, the Queen died. Seven days later, Roger Federer told the world he would retire as a tennis player. My life will never be the same again.
The wait is over! Each year, I’m glued to the tv when Wimbledon is on, the most famous tennis tournament in the world. I’ll be watching – and writing. Today I am paying tribute to my favourite player ever, Roger Federer.
They Both Die at the End by Adam Silvera is a not-so-good-book which makes you think about Big Things. And it doesn’t even mean to.
Going on holiday is a wholesome experience. Come join the Stevens family on their holiday in R. C. Sherriff’s rediscovered classic The Fortnight in September!
Archaeology teaches us about the past, and about ourselves. So what does a book about archaeology teach us? Let’s find out.
David Mitchell has written a new novel! It’s about the 1960s and its music – my favourite!
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