A Wrinkle in Time - Madeleine L'Engle I am not really a fan of sci-fi. Nor of Christian Books. And it may be a big factor that I did not read this book when I was younger, as most readers have. In fact, this book is not popular at all in my country. If it weren't for GR, I would have never known the existence of this book.

More than sci-fi, sometimes the story was more like dystopian for me. Camazotz is a place that will probably stick in my mind forever, especially that scene where Meg, Charles Wallace and Calvin watch the boys playing outside their houses, all at the same time. Or when they go into the building, and everyone turn at the same time to look at the children.

I liked the immortal characters more than I like the children (actually, I did not like Meg at all). But there is something about the name itself: Mrs. Whatsit, Mrs. Which, Mrs. Who, or Aunt Beast that sounds so "Roald Dahl".