Here’s the beautiful book I’ve been promising to show you. Continue reading The Master and Margarita 50th-Anniversary Edition
It’s a story about a socially challenged scientist called Don who’s setting on a quest to find a perfect wife for himself. Don’s methods of looking for a wife are very peculiar. Continue reading The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion
This book was my first attempt in decades to read a book of this genre. It didn’t go very well. Continue reading Uprooted by Naomi Novik or my failed attempt to enjoy fantasy
What?! Have I just read a young adult novel and I liked it? O_O Continue reading Bone Gap by Laura Ruby
There are implications online that Daphne du Maurier plagiarised Frank Baker’s story The Birds to create her story of the same name. In this post I will compare and review the two books and also will talk about Hitchcock’s movie. Continue reading The Birds by du Maurier, The Birds by Baker, The Birds by Hitchcock. Who plagiarised what?
If you get squeamish about body parts spectacularly falling out of places they originally were attached to, this book might be not a proper reading choice for you. Continue reading The Chalk Man by C. J. Tudor
This book enraged me more than I ever expected to be enraged by a book. I had to keep myself away from any social media in order to decompress first and only then to reform my indignation into a more coherent review. Continue reading The Darkness by Ragnar Jónasson