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New Book Review: Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman

A book of enchanting and whimsical folklore with fabled tales of quick-witted giants, crafty dwarves, life-granting apples and beguiling gods, Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman is a humorous retelling of age old Scandinavian myths.

New Review: Blood Of Elves by Andrzej Sapkowski

As Ciri grows, learns to fight and discovers hidden secrets about her abilities, she comes to realize how rife with conflict the world is. She discovers the power of ignorance in breeding hatred and fear.

My 2018 In Books – Please Vote!

Rekindling my love of books has been an absolute joy. I've been taken on countless adventures, lived a thousand lives and explored countless perspectives.

Such Is Love by Petra Hassall

Such Is Love is written in an accessible and structured way that is easy to connect with. It debunks psychoanalytical jargon such as Displacement Theory and Transactional Analysis and applies such terms practically,

Deadly Games by Wayne Clark

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.