The Best Books of 2022! My favorite reads of the year! It’s all the same 🙂 Admittedly with a few surprises however. Like my top 3 books this year (so far…)
I’ve seen this topic floating around Youtube and at first I thought hm I’m a never give up kind of person when it comes to books and authors is there anyone I really would never, ever read again? Naturally the first name that came to mind was…
Friend: What’s your favorite Sean Connery movie? Me: (Immediately) The Rock. Friend: Really? The Rock? *Rewatch Me: Yep I still love The Rock.
And Then There Were None By: Agatha Christie I read my very first Agatha Christie and me being me was actually surprised by how good it was!
The Odyssey Homer/ Translated by: Emily Wilson So I decided to reread this solely because of the translation- apparently the first in English by a woman. Also because I was in a serious Black Sails mood and had sea-faring pirate vibes going. Having read a messy, broken hard to follow translation in college (or high … More Great Translation- Still Don’t Like Him
The Secret Garden By: Frances Hodgson Burnett I always thought this book was a portal world fantasy. Girl finds secret door goes through into magic other-world garden with fairies. Boy was I wrong about that!
Emma. Directed By: Autumn de Wilde Me at the beginning of Emma: Really? Knightley can’t dress himself and pull his own pants up? Oh dear movie. Me at the end of Emma: Aw that was so good! I think it’s my favorite Austen adaptation!
Well past it actually. But having put another year under my belt recently I saw this tag on A Book Olive and though it would be fun. And honestly it’s probably been 30 years since I’ve done a tag. The original tag was created by Ink Not Blood.
Little Women Directed By: Greta Gerwig I was really excited to check out this latest adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s book about the March sisters. It’s a beloved story and I think if you know and love the story you’ll enjoy the movie (I did.) The movie is coming with a lot of hype (All … More Little Women: The March Sisters Return
I’ve been having some good luck recently with reading and rereading classics I thought school had killed for me. It’s definitely a streak I hope continues but my friend and I were talking about the not a chance never again books which is just like what it sounds because sometimes once is enough.