Reviews Hawaii by James Michener

Hawaii – An Epic Journey Through Time and Culture It was a lazy summer afternoon when I first picked up James A. Michener’s massive novel Hawaii. I had just finished a grueling semester at university and was craving an engrossing read to transport me away from the stresses of everyday life. Little did I know … Read more

Reviews The Last of the Mohicans by James Fenimore Cooper

It was a rainy Sunday afternoon when I first picked up “The Last of the Mohicans” from my local library’s shelves. I had been meaning to read this classic novel for quite some time, having heard so much about its vivid depiction of the American frontier and the conflicts between European colonists and Native American … Read more

Reviews The Leopard by Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa

The Leopard has been on my reading list for years, ever since I first heard about this acclaimed Italian novel during a college literature course. As someone deeply fascinated by stories that explore the complexities of societal change and the human condition, the premise immediately piqued my interest. However, it wasn’t until a few months … Read more