- It provides an escape from reality into other worlds.
- At the same time, it deals with the realities of human existence in a way that other genres can’t because…
- Anything can happen and everything is possible.
- But, the adventure stays in the book so that I and other Hobbit-types don’t have to give up our favorite armchairs and tea at four.
What is one book everyone should read?
I’ve discussed a couple of times how I don’t think that there is any one book that everyone should read, but if I absolutely had to pick one book, it would be one of the books on my Through the Magic Door list, and probably The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien or The Princess Bride by William Goldman.
What book are you reading right now?
I’m reading a couple of books, actually; A Crown for Cold Silver by Alex Marshall and The Fiery Cross by Diana Gabaldon.
What is the top book in your TBR pile?
I don’t have a TBR pile; I have TBR shelves, but some of the books on those shelves have already been read, or they’re reference/companion books. With that being said, if I were to look at the left side of the top shelf, the first book that I haven’t read yet is Steampunk: Extraordinary Tales of Victorian Futurism.
What book are you most looking forward to reading this Summer?
How am I supposed to pick just one?! I have a whole list that I’m hoping I’ll get to this Summer, but with an even longer list of books that I have scheduled for review, along with taking 2 of my remaining college courses, I’m not sure if I’ll be able to find the time. Just looking at my TBR shelves makes me want to read them all: