the great gatsby
I just finished reading the most wonderfully fabulous book in my entire life – The Great Gatsby. Yes, I know that it is quite pathetic that I am reading an embarrassingly short (200 pages) high school-required reading type of a book, but where was I when all the other students had to read it?
Well, I must say that to live the life of Mr. Jay Gatsby would just be divine and the pinnacle of success. However, at this specific life-milestone I feel like the other main, not so wonderful, character – Mr. Nick Carraway. Even though he would be considered quite common as compared to the other, more extravagant characters, he has a humble demeanor that is respectable and relatable. It is such a fast devious plot of adultery, partying, and drinking in the greatest location of all – New York City.
If you have not read it, then please do let me lend you my copy.
However, the saying kinda goes, “It is bad to lend a book to another, but it is even worse to give a book back.” Well, something of that sort.