Stacking the Shelves is a weekly meme that features your books haul for the week! It is created and hosted by Tynga @ Tynga's reviews
Hello everyone~! This Stacking the Shelves will be a School Lit. Class Edition. When I ended back in school this week, Lit class definitely hit me the hardest, with a total of 7 books (seven!!!) that we had to read in the next two months. -sweat drop- Not that I mind, because although some of the titles intimidate me a tad bit, I'm nonetheless extremely excited to plunge into each and every one of them!
I haven't finished any of them yet, but since these are each surely wonderful literary works worthy of a school lit. class environment, I thought I'd share some of them with y'all, and when I do finish, maybe I'll share my thoughts on my favourite ones.
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This is a horror novel and I'm currently reading it. The writing style of Mr. Henry James is rather difficult to get into, purely because many of his sentences are so long-winded that you lose his thought process so often.
I'm still waiting for it to get scary, and it's been exciting in that anticipatory sense.
This is going to be an interesting read, since I'm also simultaneously reading Kafka's biography right now. Has anyone read it yet? ^_^
I'm looking forward to it!
Out of the five books designated for group presentations, this one's for my group! I actually have never heard of this book or its Cherokee author, but it has an aboriginal theme to it.
I've heard that it's fun, humorous, and...strange.... Hmm. Definitely intrigued, especially since we'll be working on it for an assignment.
These titles are exciting for me in a different way, that's for sure, but I'll definitely keep in touch on how they go!
What's been stacked on your shelves this week? Link up in the comments and happy weekend, everyone!
Thanks for reading!