^^15/2020^^ Frankisstein (Jeanette Winterson)

Frankisstein (a love story) Genius. Absolutely genial and profound. I wasn't sure what to expect because I don't really know Winterson's style (I had only read her first biography 'Oranges are not the only fruit' which I loved, but not any other of her books) AND I'd never read the original Mary Shelley's classic. I… Continue reading ^^15/2020^^ Frankisstein (Jeanette Winterson)

*136* Novacene (James Lovelock)

I am not really sure of what made me buy this book. The cover is beautiful, yes, but I'm not that shallow. It just 'called me' and I simply answered. I was intrigued by the byline 'the coming of age of hyperintelligence', I've been struggling how to make sense of getting older, of the meaning… Continue reading *136* Novacene (James Lovelock)