Comments: 7
Tigus 2 weeks ago
Herland, by Charlotte Perkins Gilman - great early feminist utopia book.
Portable Monsters 2 weeks ago
It looks like Herland is a sequel to Moving the Mountain. Is it necessary to read that one first? or do they stand alone?
Tigus 2 weeks ago
I did not know that; it was on a recommended list of books so I dove right into it, and didn't have any problem. now you've given me something to track down!
Portable Monsters 2 weeks ago
I keep seeing the Yellow Wall-Paper show up in every year's HB. I'm determined read it for one of my squares this year.
Char's Horror Corner 2 weeks ago
It's FREE for Kindle and only 63 pages. It goes by pretty quick! (AND you can add the Audible for only .99!! Just sayin')
https://amzn.to/2Kl0C1t
It's a heartrending, infuriating story (and even more so because it's essentially based on personal experience). I'm glad that I've read it, even if I can't see myself going near it again anytime soon.
Portable Monsters 2 weeks ago
I can get all the Project Gutenberg/public domain ebooks on the Libby app through my library! Although I like the idea of the audio, too. But the audio is also available for free through the Librivox app, but the readers are all volunteers so the quality tends to be variable.