Bold, boring, and brilliant all at once. Leave it to an existentialist—is that right? Samuel Becket’s Waiting for Godot, a tragicomedy in two acts, is one of the most widely recognized plays of the 20th century.
4/5 Stars Critic Score: A-Reader Score: B+ Published in 1969, Slaughterhouse-Five, or The Children’s Crusade: A Duty-Dance with Death is a postmodern science-fiction novel by Kurt Vonnegut known for its anti-war themes and experimental treatment of narrative chronology. The story follows Billy Pilgrim through various times in his life as a WWII Soldier and veteran….
Published in 1963 under “Victoria Lucas,” this roman à clef (true story with invented names) has become an iconic piece of literary feminism and is a widely celebrated story of mental illness.
Finished reading Gone Girl and wanting more? Tired of waiting for best-selling author Gillian Flynn’s next book? It’s time to turn to her other written works. And the good news? They’re all worth a look.