What is Bronwen Johnson reading?
Bronnie is a graduate of Wichita's own English Department. When not wrangling her cats, Sylvia Plath and Ernest Hemingway, she's reading and researching herbs. Bronnie works at the Watermark Cafe, has dropped in on Storytime and also runs ..And the Winner is Book Club.
A breathtaking work that questions identity during the first four years of the Obama Presidency, The Golden House is an incredible work. Follow a young artist as he attempts to produce art on his chosen subjects and unravels more than he ever bargained for. There are stories we tell ourselves, and stories we tell others with the truth somewhere in between.
Stephen and Owen King delve into the genre of speculative fiction much in the vein of Margaret Atwood. Women are falling in droves to a mysterious sleeping sickness. As they sleep, a strange cocoon forms about their bodies and to disturb these sleeping creatures is to invite violence. One woman is imune, can she help provide answers?
An interesting work of fiction that reimagines Bronte's Jane Eyre while at the same time retelling it. The Victorian novel meets tantalizing true crime as Jane Steele gets her revenge.
A human must go against their seemingly programed beliefs to investigate a genderless society.