Read: Fingersmith by Sarah Waters

It’s been a long time since I’ve had the pleasure of sitting down and actually reading a book, and thus it was over the weekend that I read not one, but two books.

The second of the two is Fingersmith, written by Sarah Waters, which I borrowed at Ang Mo Kio Community Library (being in the region, despite not living in the region) and read over the course of 2 days.

It’s a story of schemes and intrigue (with a spot of lesbian love) viewed through the eyes of more than one person, with an eloquent painting of the scenes of the era. One can really visualise the darkness and gloom of London, paired with the loneliness of the country.

Definitely a book to read, aye.


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