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Happy Sunday everyone! After several weeks of borderline summer weather, the rain has finally arrived and washed away any thoughts of an early trip to the beach, lol. Still, I have felt completely deprived of my rainy weather reading days this year, so I hope this storm system sticks around for a while. On a non-weather front, school isn't too intense at the moment, so I've been able to enjoy my English Lit class to the fullest. We've gone through the Romantic and Victorian periods and are now entering into the 20th century. It's been predominantly poetry so far, which isn't necessarily a bad thing, but I do hope we evaluate some fiction in the coming weeks. Well, before I start rambling on about my favorite pieces of poetry I've discovered in my English class, let me recap what's been going on here at The Muse in the Fog Book Review:
Reviews Posted Over the Last Few Weeks:
Reviews Coming Up This Week:
And now for the Suddenly Sunday Question:
If you could choose one book to be adapted into a movie what would it be?
I would say The Pink Carnation Series, but I fear that any adaptation would spoil the vivid interpretation my mind has already created. Therefore, I shall have to go with Elizabeth Chadwick's The Scarlet Lion. Now if I really wanted to be picky, I would also have it played by actors reminiscent of the 1938 movie The Adventures of Robin Hood.