Apart from how visually stunning it looks, the book has an appealing premise that creates an air of mystery and suspense right from the outset. I also enjoyed the subdued sexual tension of the story telling pertaining to Carl's affair with the enigmatic Sasha.
Hey Bibliophiles! Let me start off with the question I ended my review with; Do you have a perfect Halloween read? If so, please tell me what it is in the comments as well as anything else you'll be reading this October. I kicked off this macabre month with the gruesomely ghoulish Frankenstein by Mary... Continue Reading →
Hi Friends, I hope you had a fantastic week! I for one am so happy that it's finally Friday especially since I'm off all weekend. 🎉 Now without much further ado, I'm really excited (and then some given the novelty of the situation), to host my first ever Charity Readathon! Throughout the month of October, I... Continue Reading →
The first volume in the Lord Of The Rings trilogy: The Fellowship Of The Ring is the epic adventure fantasy novel by J R R Tolkein. Published in 1954 by George Allen and Unwin, it follows the story of Frodo Baggins from the Shire who is bequeathed a magical ring with dark powers. For the... Continue Reading →
The first time I read this book back in my Sixth Form days, I felt so intellectually cultured as though I possessed a literary depth that my peers lacked. After all, most of the prose flew right over my head, so it just had to be a work of higher intellect. Now that I'm... Continue Reading →