BHA: “A Wrinkle In Time”

A new month, a new book! This time around we are reading “A Wrinkle in Time” by Madeleine L’Engle.

How to Participate

Read “A Wrinkle in Time” in April. That’s it!

Optional

Chit chat on this post as you’re reading, post a review or thoughts on your blog, link your review in the comments, whatever works for you.

Comment rule– State where you are in the book before discussing anything spoiler-y.

It’s been a few years since I read this so I’m excited to read it again. When I read the book the first time, I had no idea it was a part of a series! This time I have the second book on hand. More than likely you will see a review of A Wind in the Door posted this month as well as a review of A Wrinkle in Time. I invite you to read the other books in the series if you have time. I haven’t read them but I’m sure they’re good.

Other business

-May’s poll is still up for voting in the sidebar! Looks like you guys want to read Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Go vote if you haven’t already.

-The suggestion page is up if you have some ideas about what to read.

-I posted a survey form about BHA here if you have any thoughts you’d like to share.

Happy reading!

My review

BHA member’s thoughts: [Post a link to your reviews and/or thoughts about the book in the comments]

Elizabeth (Don’t Take My Books Away)
Amy (Just Book Reading)
Alita (Alita Reads)

16 thoughts on “BHA: “A Wrinkle In Time”

  1. Oh crap, I have to finish Lover Reborn first! How long is A Wrinkle In Time? I’ll try and get to it as soon as possible. April sort of crept up on me. lol
    Lauren

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  3. I have to admit that I finished the book today. I got into a bit of a reading slump and this brought me out of it. So good. 🙂 All I will say. I don’t want to ruin anything!

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  5. I haven’t read this since I was a kid and had very dim memories about what it was about. I’m about 120 pages in, but have to say I really like the Meg character in spite of myself… a girl who is good at math! and has flaws! She just seems very relatable for the teenage crowd.

    Also, there is a part when they get to the town where everyone moves in sync that I remembered distinctly, but couldn’t remember which book it was in! Memory is so odd that way.

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