Hemingway still feels like a burden, but I didn’t this one so much.
So called ‘classics’ pretty frequently don’t age very well. I am not sure why this is such a controversial statement.
‘On the Road’ is one of those classics that won’t be a classic much longer.
Reading the so called classics often leaves me with a bad taste in my mouth. This is one of the few that I actually enjoyed.
Chuck Tingle’s “Reamed By My Reaction To The Title Of This Book” might be the most life changing book you ever read…
It’s a strange, ‘happening’ future. Contemporary, and sixty years too late