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Munira @ In Vogue with Books

Mostly YA obsessed, my blog reflects it A LOT. It features books from NA & other fiction too. I share all my book rants there, post mostly spoiler-free reviews & many other bookish and non-bookish stuff :D

Currently In Vogue with

The Evolution of Mara Dyer
Michelle Hodkin
Anatomy of a Misfit
Andrea Portes
Rhiannon Paille
A Conspiracy of Alchemists
Liesel Schwarz
Mirror Blue
Thomma Lyn Grindstaff
Sherrie Cronin
Chaos Children
B.C. Sirrom
All the Lovely Creatures
Emily Joyner, C.C. Hartley, Charlotte Dhark, S.J. Bell, B.C. Sirrom, Lisa Goldman, Rebecca Nolan, Mark Mackey, Jennifer Rainey, L. M. Smith
The Way of the World - William Congreve *You can read this review at my website too.*

Let me be honest. When I had started reading the book, it seemed so DAAAMN confusing! I mean all the characters seem to have the same kind of surname! I mean, how am I not supposed to get confused between Mirabell and Millamant? But once I had started to blend in with the storyline I found it to be quite interesting. The title is kind of a complete summary of the play itself. The play shows the 'way' of thought of the people of that society, the 'way' of behavior through the characters presented in it and ultimately portrays a picture of the 'way of the world' of the Restoration Period. What seemed to me quite interesting is that all the character names somehow or the other represents more than just names. To me, the chain of affairs and/or extra marital affairs gives the play a touch of modern day television shows that the audience or the readers would find pretty much arresting. From my point of view, I would say if you're an avid reader and able to go on with the first few pages, this [a:William Congreve|98646|William Congreve|http://d.gr-assets.com/authors/1259361150p2/98646.jpg] creation won't disappoint you.
2 little points from the rating because of the not-so-interesting starting and sounding so confusing at times:P