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Mrs Dalloway

Hello and welcome to The Young Reader's Review! The summer warmth has now regrettably left us, and in spite of the fact that the sun is still among us, the trees’ first leaves are starting to descend sedately, making us abruptly jump into fall. Alas, for most of us school and work have reluctantly come back, so recline in your snug couch and slacken whilst reading this month’s book review.

Mrs Dalloway by Virginia Woolf. Does it sound familiar? Because it should, and it is the book I will be reviewing today. So I came across this book accidently and decided to give it a go. Virginia Woolf is extremely famous, right? So it must be good. That is exactly what I thought when I saw the author’s name on this mysterious book’s cover.

First things first, this book is the definition of bizarre, strange, weird, preternatural… I started reading waiting for everything but this. To be completely honest, I don’t even know what exactly creates these eerie vibes. Perhaps it’s the way it’s writte…