Threats (Review)

“You lose everything you love in the order in which you love it.” Amelia Gray’s novel Threats is as unnerving and threatening as the title suggests. Threats is like a strange and uneven puzzle where you find a new piece when you didn’t know you were missing any. As information is revealed, falsified, reconsidered and reformulated, we readjust as readers within short spans of time and space. A basic synopsis: … Continue reading Threats (Review)

an unconventional (and unorganized) summer of reading

Right now, I’m between degrees and only working in the archives part time, which means that I have more time for myself than I’ve had in years. The biggest trademark of my English degree was the way it structured my reading and not always in great ways (hello, Chaucer) but now I have full freedom to choose what I want to read and when. This … Continue reading an unconventional (and unorganized) summer of reading