pseudolibrary

I'm an eclectic reader.

Indiana

Indiana - Sylvia Raphael, Naomi Schor, George Sand

Take that Jane Austen! Sand writes women with flaws and balls. Indiana's a sick virgin wimp at times, but then again she makes a couple of sea voyages, risks her reputation, and endures domestic violence. The central device is a love triangle - but this tired soap opera shtick is reinvigorated by Sand. I couldn't stop screaming at Indiana, booing Raymon and even pounding my feet on the couch at times. I highly recommend this book for lovers of George Eliot, Henry James and the Bronte sisters.

Currently reading

Golden Son
Pierce Brown
Lumberjanes, Volume 1
Grace Ellis, Noelle Stevenson, Brooke Allen
Reference and Information Services: An Introduction, Fourth Edition
Richard E. Bopp, Linda C. Smith