Tag Archives: Zoë Heller

What I’ve Been Reading, October 01 – 10

Hello, all. I’m back. Largely an emotional cripple — have grown a tendency to yell at objects zooming past, a soft spot for all things lint-y, sobs at the drop of a hat, too much talking to self. Well. I’m taking a stab at this blogging thing again. I need the structure, oddly enough. So. […]

marginalia || The Believers, by Zoe Heller

The world’s bookshelves are rife with risky books. Some are deemed so because of their subject matter, others are deemed so because of their form, their storytelling. And then there are books that audaciously and assiduously attack both. The Believers by Zoe Heller is one of them. I had the dubious pleasure of reading this book as […]