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Feb 2023 Reads

Peyton Place by Grace Metalious

This was one of those classics that I disregarded for years because it sounded boring. But, goodness, it has everything. It's a book that lets you be nosy, but be prepared to find out things you'd probably rather not know.

Into the Forest by Jean Hegland

This book was...literary. I don't mean that in a bad way; it's just that many scenes were dripping with symbolism and shock value. Still, the writing style and plot--two sisters trying to survive the end of the world--made this worth the read.

House of Day, House of Night by Olga Tokarczuk

In case you haven't already heard, Tokarczuk's work is like no other. I was introduced to her through Books of Jacob about a year ago, and I've read the rest of her novels since then. This one focuses on a small Polish town in the Silesia region, and focuses on the idea that everything and everyone has a story to tell.

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