Buried in books.

"Anyone who says they have only one life to live must not know how to read a book."

Peter Milligan – Britannia (#1 – #4) | Review

Britannia is an astonishing graphic novel written by one of the most famous comic masterminds Peter Milligan (the author of X- Men, Justice League, Hellblazer, Red Lanterns, X-Statix and many more) in collaboration with a jaw dropping artist Juan José... Continue Reading →

Robert Seatter – The Book of Snow | Review

The Book of snow is a collection of poetry by Robert Seatter. It is his fourth poetry collection. The previous ones are Travelling to the Fish Orchards,On the Beach with Chet Baker, and Writing King Kong. The Book of Snow consists... Continue Reading →

Joelle Sellner – Mer | Review

Mer by Joelle Sellner is an enchanting graphic novel about Mer, people of Atlantis. These creatures visit Land once in their lifetime in search of their soul-mate. Some find their mates in humans, some in mer. The main character of... Continue Reading →

Vanita Oelschlager – Ivy in Bloom | Review

When wandering through NetGalley I stumbled upon a quite cute looking little book. Upon getting it I was immediately keen on reading it. As I put aside the book I was previously reading and opened Ivy in Bloom, I entered... Continue Reading →

Steven Penny – End of the Line | Review

End of the Line by Steven Penny is a gripping short story. With some elements of thriller and horror we are introduced to a little girl called Maeve. She is a child of divorced parents, Caroline McCandless and Dave O'Grady,... Continue Reading →

Julian Fellowes – Snobs | Review

Snobs by Julian Fellowes is a magnificent, insightful recap of the British aristocracy of the 21st century. The main character is an unnamed man who tells us the story of his friend Edith. She is a gold- or perhaps better... Continue Reading →

Valerie Estelle Frankel – The Symbolism and Sources of Outlander: The Scottish Fairies, Folklore, Ballads, Magic and Meanings That Inspired the Series | Review

 This amazing book was sent to me by the writer, Valerie Estelle Frankel, herself. I am a person who has not long ago delved into the Outlander series. I have read the first book and watched the first season of... Continue Reading →

Mikhail Bulgakov – The Master and Margarita | Review

The Master and Margarita by Mikhail Bulgakov is a book I will most definitely remember. But I will not remember it for its influence over me or how good it was. It was simply bizarre, and I believe that is... Continue Reading →


I am a bit late, but I wish you all a very happy New Year. Fill it with joy and love, and most importantly, good books!

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