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Jean-Luc Istin – Elves (#1 – #2) | Review

Elves is a groundbreaking graphic novel created by Jean-Luc Istin and Kyko Duarte. The first volume consists of the first two issues of the Elves: The Crystal of the Blue Elves and The Honor of the Silvan Elves. The two... Continue Reading →

Ivo Andrić – The Damned Yard | Review

The Damned Yard, or Prokleta Avlija originally is a short book by Ivo Andrić, the literature nobelist. I definitely wasn't very excited when i saw this book on my school reading list. I never quite liked the concept of Andrić... Continue Reading →

Thank you!

It has been a year since I first started reviewing books on this blog. Thank you all very much for staying with me for this long! I hope we shall read and review many more books together, and even expand... Continue Reading →

Albert Camus – The Stranger | Review

The Stranger is a novel by Albert Camus. It presents an interesting character named Meursault. When we first meet him, his mother has just passed away and he must travel to attend he funeral. We can immediately see he is... Continue Reading →

Reyna Mays – I Love My Love | Review

I Love My Love is an another poetry collection. It was written by Reyna Mays. This poetry collection is raw, sharp, unapologetic. I feels like an uncut diamond. I Love My Love is a poetry collection I have quite divided... Continue Reading →

Nicole Hoang – What Is It? | Review

What Is It? is a beautiful children's picture book created by Nicole Hoang and Dustin Nguyen. It is marketed towards children 3 years old and up. What Is It? follow a young girl who as she plays in the nearby... Continue Reading →

Kayden Claremont – Tartan Temptation | Review

Tartan Temptation is an erotic romance novel written by Kayden Claremont. It follows the main character Cora Siegfried who has after many years returned to the seaside town she used to spend her holidays to sell her father's property after... Continue Reading →

Amanda Lovelace – The Princess Saves Herself in this One | Review

The Princess Saves Herself in this One is a poetry collection written by Amanda Lovelace. We follow her through four sections named: I the princess II the damsel III the queen IV you Each section describes her growing up and... Continue Reading →

Jennifer A. McGowan – With Paper for Feet | Review

With Paper for Feet is a poetry collection by Jennifer A. McGowan. It consist of 5 sections which separate poems with motifs connected to folklore, mythology, religion, Shakespeare and history. As the author Jennifer A. McGowan says herself, through these... Continue Reading →

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