First Line Fridays, a weekly feature hosted by Wandering Words, on judging a book by its opening lines rather than its cover or author.
This week’s First Line Fridays comes from an international best seller and shortlisted for the Woman’s Prize for Fiction.
When I was born, the name for what I was did not exist.
Would you want to read on?
Madeline Miller’s book is a modern adaption of Homer’s The Odyssey but from the point of view of sorceress Circe. I’m four chapters into the novel and enjoying the narration of Circe’s unhappy youth and growth into her powers. I’ll let you know how it goes.
What books are you reading at the moment?
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