A review of the book about women who got themselves into an impossible situation but still managed to drag through it without any memorable events or adventures. Continue reading A River of Stars and other unnecessary details
A new paperback arrived today. It’s not only pretty but clever. I took it for a photo shoot in an Albanian castle. Continue reading Non-fiction on subconscious in Rozafa castle
The book starts with an old lady and her cats but quickly progresses to a fairytale touched up by an apocalyptic approach. For anybody reading this book there’s a risk of hitting an occult overdose at some point. Continue reading Lucid dreams of an eccentric person or ‘The Hearing Trumpet’ by Leonora Carrington
Review of a beautifully written eventless novella whose graphic sex scenes still don’t outweigh the dullness of the whole book. Continue reading All quiet on Chesil Beach
This day last month I wrote my first post. It feels a lifetime away. There have been fifteen titles altogether. Five of them are actual books and ten of them are audiobooks. The recap of the first month is in the post. Continue reading My blog is one month old!
Review of a recently published book where cardboard characters dance along predictable lines while helping out damsels in distress. Continue reading ‘Sold on a Monday’ is better not bought on any day
The Third Policeman is like Alice in Wonderland where Alice is a one-legged criminal and the Wonderland is macabre. Yet you will laugh so much you will scare people around. More about the book in the post. Continue reading If Alice in Wonderland had a wooden leg