3 Following

oh, carrots.

Currently reading

Practical Demonkeeping
Christopher Moore
Sunset Song (Canongate Classic)
Lewis Grassic Gibbon
The Histories: The Landmark Herodotus
Herodotus, Andrea L. Purvis, Robert B. Strassler
40-Day Journey with Julian of Norwich
Lisa E. Dahill

Middlemarch : a study of provincial life

Middlemarch : a study of provincial life - George Eliot As the curtain draws closed on this season of my life (the season of reading/listening to Middlemarch), I'm only left with a vague sensation of being changed in any manner. I didn't learn anything profound from the book. I didn't like anyone (out of a cast of dozens) but Mary Garth. Eliot used entire chapters to explain something that should take a person two sentences. That alone keeps me from falling down and calling this the best book ever.

Maybe in a few weeks something will strike me and I'll come back and change this review. For now I think it was a decent but humorless story that I just barely enjoyed. There are a few wonderful moments of insight. The historical value of it is clear. That's about it.