Call me shallow but the only reason why I even picked up this book was because Emma Watson tweeted it.
I saw this book in Waterstones and I didn’t exactly know what it was about. At a first glance, (this was a theory on judging a book by its cover) I thought it was about a street style photographer who went around the city and asking well dressed individuals about their opinions on ‘The Opposite of Loneliness.’
“Do you wanna leave soon?
No, I want to enough time to be in love with everything…
And I cry because everything is so beautiful and so short.” Continue reading “Book Review: The Opposite of Loneliness: Essays and Stories by Marina Keegan”