(4/30) ‘Animal Farm’ by George Orwell. I absolutely loved this book! Very short but also incredibly symbolic and quite obviously too. Easy to read and simple to follow. Best of the four I’ve read so far, hands down. Would Rate 5/5.Four down, 26 to go!
(3/30) ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ by Harper Lee. Reading this book puts into perspective how things have moved on over time. I am very interested by the concept of ‘group’ thinking which is explored a little in this book and how group thinking perhaps changes what people might consider as an individual. Would Rate 4/5.
Three down, 27 to go!
(2/30) ‘The Time Machine’ by H. G. Wells. The thing that I enjoyed most about this book is the vision of the future which Wells formed based on society of the day. I had hoped for a little more in this book, but it was still a very good book and not overly long. Would Rate 4/5.
Two down, 28 to go!