Review: Holding Up the Universe

"Holding Up the Universe" does not stand out as a particularly good or bad novel. The two main characters grow and become more accepting of themselves by the end of the novel. However Jack's repeated use of "broken" to describe himself as someone affected by prosopagnosia is unnecessary and out of place. Although it's interesting … Continue reading Review: Holding Up the Universe

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Oranges Are Not The Only Fruit

A simple and enjoyable, yet challenging and thought-provoking novel on growing up in an evangelical Church community and discovering one's true self. Winterson weaves complex ideas and heavy emotions into a simple yet at times fragmentary and experimental novel. Jeanette was adopted as young age, and poised like Christ to save the world through her … Continue reading Oranges Are Not The Only Fruit