The right book at the right time of your life can change it. Catcher in the Rye seems to wield more power when you’re in your late teens and early twenties than when you mature. In your early 20s it can be something by Vonnegut. In your 30s it could be the Dice Man. It depends on who you are and where you are with your life. And then there are some books that seem to exert their influence through the years. It’s an interesting conversation, try asking it at a dinner party and see what happens.
In the next edition of Warhol’s Children we’ll be starting a list of books that can change your life.
This is Tash Havansky. She’s just joined the team at Warhol’s’ Children as Sales Manager, the book that changed her life – The Bride Stripped Bare by Nikki Gemmell
What’s yours? Let us know, you may make the next edition…