The Mondays Musts is a feature by Jessica @ Lovin’ los Libros! Every Monday, you post about your must read, must listen and must see. Every week, I pick my musts based on a certain theme, which is expressed by one word that’s used within the post. The theme for last week’s picks was memorable.
Fahrenheit 451 was one of the first classics I ever read. That was anywhere from four to six years ago, and my love for this book hasn’t diminished with time or other books. It was one of the first stories that truly made me think about reading, free will, authority, and the future. I ended up reading it for school later on and continued to explore it in essays and different assignments.
I’ll get to a throwback review here sooner or later, but until then, this is a must read!
Among all of the lo-fi hip hop and remixed classical music I listen to, I also enjoy good old-fashioned, straight-up classical music. One of my favorites is Beethoven’s genius Moonlight Sonata in C-sharp minor.
I came across this article a while back, and it remains in my mind as one of the best essays/excerpts that I’ve ever read on what it is to read, especially in modern times.
If you did a Monday Musts, link it below and I’ll check it out!