Category Archives: Anuradha Roy
Very brief final thoughts on Anuradha Roy’s The Folded Earth (by Jill)
The ending of this book punched me in the gut when I read it last night. It was so sad, and took me by surprise. I’m not going to say anything else spoiler-ish about the ending because I actually think … Continue reading
You know something about reading quality literature that’s annoying? You can’t really read it while also watching TV and petting your cat.
Since publishing my post about The Folded Earth on Thursday, I have read maybe forty pages, and have about fifty to go till the end. I’ve been distracted by house cleaning and watching the last five episodes of Gotham … Continue reading
In which I revisit quality fiction: Progress report on Anuradha Roy’s The Folded Earth (by Jill)
The last two books I’ve read have been wonderful, but I wouldn’t consider either of them high-end fiction. They were more like time spent with friends, both old and new. When I started The Folded Earth I was struck immediately … Continue reading