The Literary Phoenix

Funny, the damage a silly little book can do. Especially in the hands of a silly little girl.

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Happy Monday everyone!  I hope you all had deliciously lovely weekends.

Just one book in the mailbox this week – another one of the dystopias I felt the compelling need to add to my collection, but never did.

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Brave New World by Aldous Huxley was required reading my freshman year of high school (alongside 1984… it was a good year for dystopias).  I remember very little of it, save the fact that genetic engineering was involved.  I think it would be a good one to revisit.

What new books did you get this week?

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10 thoughts on “Mailbox Monday – 2/6/17

  1. Mary says:

    I also read Brave New World in HS. It had a powerful effect on me at the time but I wonder if it would still.

    1. Rhea says:

      No time like the present to revisit it! 🙂

  2. BermudaOnion says:

    I remember hearing about that book in high school but I don’t think I ever read it.

    1. Rhea says:

      “Classic” dystopias are difficult to recommend, because they’re very much based on taste, but I’ll definitely write my thoughts when I finish it! If you do decide to pick it up, I’d love to know what you think!

  3. I remember reading this book. 🙂

    Have a good week.

    Elizabeth
    Silver’s Reviews
    My Mailbox Monday

    1. Rhea says:

      Thank you Silver; you too!

  4. MarthaE says:

    Definitely a classic. I listened to the Audible version a couple of years back. I do think my reaction now was different than when I read this back in my HS or college days.
    I hope you find it engaging. Happy Reading!

  5. Lucy says:

    I’ve been drawn to dystopia lately too- wonder why! Haven’t read this one yet and hope you enjoy it. Have a good week 🙂

    1. Rhea says:

      Thank you! You too!

  6. Leslie says:

    That’s a classic I’ve never read either.

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