I rarely go to the movies, I am one of those "wait till it comes out on dvd" people, but whenever I do go I really enjoy it, especially if mint choctops are involved.
My friend invited me to see Jane Eyre with her and I jumped at the chance. The reason being I had no idea what Jane Eyre was about. I know so ignorant but my eyes have now been opened.
I literally sat on the edge of my seat the whole two and a half hours, I was enchanted by the story completely absorbed. It is one of the best movies I have seen for a long time. Oh and move over Mr Darcy, I now have a new boyfriend, Mr Rochester is a dreamboat.
But don't just take it from me, my friend is a die hard Jane Eyre fan and she said that it was wonderful and better then she expected.
Have you seen it? What are your thoughts?
Our book club choice for August was 'The Curious incident of the dog in the night time' by Mark Haddon. It is a quick read and an easy read. The book is written from the perspective of 15 year old Christopher who admits to having "behavioural problems". From reading the book it is assumed that Christoper has Aspergers or a similar behavioural disorder.
I really enjoyed the story and you cant help but love Christopher and want to go along with him on his journey to find out who killed his neighbours dog. I found some parts of the book repetitive and unnecessary but overall enjoyed this story and recommend it for a lazy weekend read.