Madeleine L’Engle’s Time Trilogy/Quartet/Quintet books were some of my favourites growing up. So I’m going to try to take the opportunity being offered by Kailana at The Written Word to reread them in the first half of 2010.
Here are Kailana’s guidelines:
- You have until January 31st to finish the book.
- On January 15th I will post a place to talk about spoiler-related things. Things you want to talk about but can't mention in your review.
- The reviews should aim to be finished on the last week of January because I want to have questions that everyone answers in their posts and people need to have time to come up with them.
- For a sense of community I am hoping that people will come up with questions about the book. I am hoping to have them all by the 20th so I can post them and people can write their reviews. Even if you take the whole month to read the book I hope you will come up with questions. Send in a few so there are some variety. It isn't much fun if people send the same questions over and over again. How you choose to use the questions (and whether you choose to use all of them) is up to you.
- When I post the questions on the 20th, I will also post a place to post links to your reviews.
- Feel free to use the button, made by Jason, wherever you want. It's great!
Will I make it? Let us see…
- A Wrinkle in Time - Madeleine L'Engle
- A Wind in the Door - Madeleine L'Engle
- A Swiftly Tilting Planet - Madeleine L'Engle
- Many Waters - Madeleine L'Engle
I did start the last book, An Acceptable Time, in May, but I don't think I even finished before I realised I simply didn't feel like reading it. The lovely feeling of the earlier books seemed missing and I just wasn't interested. Since my reading is a bit of the struggle at the moment and the TBR is more out of control than usual, I decided to pass on it.
I'm still happy with my success with the challege and I really enjoyed the reread. Most of all, I'm delighted that A Swiftly Tilting Planet didn't let me down and remained the amazing read I remembered from childhood.
Thank you Ms L'Engle so a wonderful trip around the universe and down memory lane.