Not all books grab you immediately. Some take time to win you over, but once they have, you’ll have no choice but to adore. The Tolstoy Estate by Australian author Steven Conte starts off rather plain, but the subject matter was fascinating enough to keep me reading. And I’m glad I did, because The Tolstoy Estate is a terrific book that I recommend.
The Snow Collectors by Tina May Hall is a fantastic and immersive book, well worth reading.
The Sense Of An Ending is a well-written book with memorable ideas.
The Phantom Of The Opera is a theatrical nightmare of a book. And that’s a compliment. It’s a fantastic and thrilling journey into the gothic that reveals the dark side of romance and music. Not only is the novel an aesthetic treat, with vast visuals and delightful dreams, but it has a deeper meaning.
The illustrated edition of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone is delightful and worth the price.