What Reading Means to Me, Part III: Adulthood

Continuing on from What Reading Means to Me, Part II: The Teenage Years.


Bitten by Kelley Armstrong

During Christmas break from university at age 18, I browsed the shelves of Ottaker’s book shop (they later merged with Waterstones). There I found Bitten, reminding me of The Bloody Chamber, I bought and read it in a number of hours, soon returning for the sequel.


This was the beginning of me taking full control over what and how much I read, the quantity of which increased so much I had to set a limit.


Urban fantasy was my new favourite genre.


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