Kaoru Ueta Ueta itibaren 4973 Sindhöring, Avusturya
Woolf is not for the feint of language or mind. The most accessible book she has ever written is probably Orlando, but To the Lighthouse is my personal favorite. She explores her subjects from the inside out so critics of her work sometimes have a hard time with a less than tangible plot. But the beauty of Virginia Woolf is her way of honing in on these small, seemingly insignificant moments of life and exploring their importance. Her work requires patience and commitment but if you give yourself over to the grace of her language, you will not be sorry.
Outbreak, but on a genetic level.
This book is fucking amazing.
I love this author, but was very disappointed in this book. The writing struck me as stiff and false, especially 1st base's Shazam and her clunky stream-of-consciousness chapters. I appreciated the many different narrators, but ultimately, I found this book much less authentic than her other works.