‘She Is Not Invisible’ — Book Review by Milly Reynolds

The Good Girl’s Guide to Murder — The Book Lovers’ Sanctuary (Reblog)

I’m hoping it will not be the essay I proposed to Mrs Morgan. I’m hoping it will be the truth. What really happened to Andie Bell on the 20th April 2012? And – as my instincts tell me – if Salil ‘Sal’ Singh is not guilty, then who killed her? How would a community react […]

The Good Girl’s Guide to Murder — The Book Lovers’ Sanctuary

Book Review # 210: Mexican Gothic — The Pine-Scented Chronicles (Reblog)

Horror in High House Mexican-born writer Silvia Moreno-Garcia is on the rise. Currently residing in Canada, Moreno-Garcia became a household name when her 2019 novel, Gods of Jade and Shadows became an instant bestseller. It earned several accolades and was even nominated for the 2019 Nebula Award Best Novel category and the 2019 Locus Award, […]

Book Review # 210: Mexican Gothic — The Pine-Scented Chronicles

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Book Review: In the Distance by Hernán Díaz (2/5) — Taking On a World of Words (Reblog)

I had no idea what to expect out of this book because, as usual, I didn’t read anything about it before picking it up. I liked to do that with book club books because I like being surprised. Maybe I wouldn’t have been waiting for something to happen for so long if I’d known that […]

Book Review: In the Distance by Hernán Díaz (2/5) — Taking On a World of Words

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Book Review # 204: After the Banquet — The Pine-Scented Chronicles (Reblog)

Of Love and Politics Japanese literature is one of the vastest and most diverse in the world of literature. Its influence extends beyond Japan and has been in existence for centuries. Lady Murasakami Shikibu’s The Tale of Genji is recognized as one of the earliest published novels. Two Japanese writers – Yasunari Kawabata and Kenzaburō […]

Book Review # 204: After the Banquet — The Pine-Scented Chronicles

*Fascinating, I should know more about Japanese literature. Find this book here.

… but this is also interesting — and this.

Book Review # 205: Apeirogon — The Pine-Scented Chronicles (Reblog)

The Road to Unity and Peace In today’s world, it cannot be denied that chaos reigns everywhere. Peace has become just a concept, a battle cry but rarely has it been manifested. War, insurgency, armed conflicts, violence have become synonymous and ubiquitous. Its aftermath leaves scars, a trail of blood of the unsuspecting and of […]

Book Review # 205: Apeirogon — The Pine-Scented Chronicles

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*Reblogged by Francis Barker 2020