This week’s Wolf Reads takes us back in time to periods we can’t experience on our own. Here are some recommendations for historical fiction!
To Kill a Mockingbird
Goodreads rating: 4.25
A story depicting the childhood of Scout Finch, her brother, Jem as Atticus, their father, defends a black man in a hopeless court case.
Recommended for those looking for a read that’s going to make them question human actions.
The Book Thief
Goodreads rating: 4.4
Set during WWII, nine-year-old Liesel is sent to live with foster parents in a small town outside of Munich, Germany after being given up by her mother. Follow Liesel’s story as she carves out a meagre existence for herself.
This book will touch the depths of your soul. It’s an emotional rollercoaster and it’s totally worth it. Warning: your copy of the book will be drenched with tears by the time you’re done reading.
Goodreads rating: 3.96
If you’re looking for a psychological read, pick this up. Grace Marks has been convicted of murder. Some claim she’s innocent, some say she’s evil, and some even say she’s crazy. Dr. Simon Jordan, an expert in mental illnesses, decides to take on the case in order to reveal the truth.
Wolf Reads is written as a collaboration project between Saloni (G10) and Por (G12).
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Any chance of one of you writing a critique of To Kill A Mockingbird, as some students in G9 are reading the novel.
Sure, we’ll work on one together.