At a time where motivation seems at an all time low, picking up a book isn’t an easy feat. So, Penguin is going to choose my next classic read. Well…That’s it really. Enjoy.
If you’d like to find out what classic book you should read next, click this link; https://www.penguin.co.uk/articles/2017/find-your-classic-quiz/
Okay, this first question’s pretty easy. Since I don’t want to be a part of a re-enactment for a PSA, I’m going to avoid dark city streets. I almost failed science so the lab is out of the question. And, I’m not Dani Harmer so I’d rather not enter a ghost’s safe haven. The sea it is.
Being in quarantine has made me crave and miss the outdoors. So, I’ll easily love to take time to reflect and explore nature. Flirting and dancing is a hard pass. Remember that kid who stands in the corner, with his plastic cup, staring at the cool kids slightly too intensely? That was me.
This is a hard one. I guess I favour an outsider. Who doesn’t love an underdog story?
I don’t think more isolation is a great idea so I won’t want a remote island. I’m also slightly concerned about witnessing something terrible in the not-to-distant future. Maybe another time. I’m going to say Victorian England. Why not? I could pass as high-brow and look rather dashing in a top hat. That’s all you need to pass as Victorian, isn’t it?
I’m not really interested in romance, it’s not something I want to strive for or that I have a strong desire to have. Same with wealth. I love a good revolution though. Overthrowing your oppressors. But, honestly, I just want to create something beautiful. Something that will give a little hope to someone.
Ooh, okay. So I got ‘To the Lighthouse’ by Virginia Woolf. This is on my TBR, which is great.
Alright, I’m excited. This is a great opportunity to finally read this damn book. I hope I enjoy it. I think I might, judging by Penguin’s lil’ summary.
That’s it. I let you know my thoughts on this, when I read it, I guess. Bye.