Monthly Archives: September 2015

Agatha Christie

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One of the things I find fascinating about reading is that readers themselves don’t change. They will grow and evolve and become a myriad different versions of themselves across a lifetime, but their style of reading won’t. If you’re the fast kind – the type who skims and flicks and chews up books over a …

Wuthering Heights

I read Wuthering Heights when I was 13, and didn’t get what all the fuss was about. “It is a bit like Corrie,” I wrote in my diary. “There’s lots of fighting. I can’t work out who’s cross with who. Everyone has the same name and there are lots of snobs. The ghost parts are good.” It took …