The full trailer for Hulu’s adaptation of The Handmaid’s Tale is finally out! Initial feedback is that it looks really good. There’s never been a better time to read the original book; do it now before you see this new adaptation! Any fans of Margaret Atwood’s dystopian novel can now get officially very excited! 😉
“The trailer starts by teasing the viewer about how nobody saw the dystopia coming before it happened; mentions of the destruction of Congress and the constitution leave us at the edge of our seats. Doubt it? Watch the whole thing below and tell us what you think in the comments!” – BookRiot
“In an allegory about the curative power of story, books return the favor to those who care for them.”
Clishmaclaver first came across this beautiful film several years ago but for some reason it just popped into my head today, and I had to share.
I’ve had a lifelong love of all things Buster Keaton – you should see my ‘silent comedians’ bookshelf at home; I must have everything written on the subject. Well, almost 😉 – and stories, so you might imagine that this gorgeous little gem of a film would appeal. And you’d be right.
Just watch it. It’s wonderful. Click here for a synopsis if you must but I’m not going to say another word… <3
Clishmaclaver liked this blog, from bustle.com. Whilst skewed towards contemporary America life, the advice travels well across the pond 😀 – “Reading is certainly not a cure-all for people’s mental health concerns but it can improve overall mental health and provide … Continue reading →
Fantasy lovers––are you tired of waiting two, three, four, sometimes half a decade for one story to end? Fantasy newbies––does the idea of reading fantasy intrigue you but when you look at how many books are in most fantasy series … Continue reading →
Clishmaclaver really likes this list of hot teen reads, as recommended by BuzzFeed Books! Are any of these on your MRL (Must-read List)? ‘The Hate U Give’ by Angie Thomas is definitely on mine! 😀 Click on the logo and … Continue reading →
Clishmaclaver’s Book of the Month for March is, The Lost Twin; Book 1 in a new spine-tingling series, ‘Scarlet and Ivy,’ by Sophie Cleverly. “Ivy, I pray that it’s you reading this. And if you are, well, I suppose you’re … Continue reading →