Review of Anthem by Ayn Rand

Obviously, Anthemby Ayn Randis a diatribe against collectivism. Ayn Rand expounds on the importance of syntax, the meaning of we vs. I. Essentially, this book is about a man named Equality 7-2521, who is a free-thinker. Anthem begins by describing the society in which Equality 7-2521 lives. People start their lives by living in a […]

Review of Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier

One of my top ten favorite opening lines is now, “Last night I dreamt of Manderley again these sparse words set a tone where I just know the language is going to be beautiful. Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier is a tale of gothic romance, without the creepster Heathcliff. The characters are haunting. There is […]