1926 – the sun also rises ~ ernest hemingway

Some things were made for each other. They were just meant to be. Sure, they’re okay on their own, but together, they’re MAGIC. Like lyrics and music; smoked salmon and cream cheese. Neville Longbottom and Luna Lovegood…

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1925 – the great gatsby ~ f. scott fitzgerald

Oh no. Not again.

I’ve found another author I adore. Which means, naturally, that I want to read everything else he’s ever written…

(sigh)

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1920 – the age of innocence ~ edith wharton

Finally, FINALLY, Book to the Future enters the Twenties – quite possibly the most elegant decade of all time! Huzzah!

Something I’ve purposefully tried to avoid so far in my writing for Book to the Future is comparing the books I’ve read to each other…even though randomly comparing books to each other is something that’s always felt natural to me. But I can’t help but notice something that a lot of the books I’ve read for Book to the Future have in common – so many of them are about love…

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1914 – tarzan of the apes ~ edgar rice burroughs

This week, I read a book with a barely-clothed guy on the front! Win!

(Although, I have to admit, for the second week running, I did get a few strange glances reading this book on the train to work…)

After the brain-exploding emotional complexity of Sons and Lovers last week, I decided to pick up something a little less challenging this week, when I travelled to 1914.

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