Month: November 2008

The Plague – Albert Camus

READ FOR BOOKCLUB Chosen by Rachel The story of an Algerian city swept by a plague. It raises questions relating to destiny and  human psychology. ♥ “This book’s references to WWII and the Nazi occupation of France were significant, as was the author’s dissection of… Continue Reading “The Plague – Albert Camus”

And Then There Were None – Agatha Christie

READ FOR BOOKCLUB Chosen by Suzy Considered Agatha Christie’s masterpiece, this whodunnit is set on an island where the invitees of a party must work out who is killing off the guests. ♥ “An absolute classic of the genre! My Dad recommended this to me… Continue Reading “And Then There Were None – Agatha Christie”