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The Paying Guests

The Paying Guests by Sarah Waters

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

oh, mystery writers, pay attention! this is how you write unbearable suspense: you write characters about whom we care almost as if they were family, and you put them in a fraught and morally dubious position. 400 more words

Contemporary Literature

Keep Calm And Say Good Morning :)

I id this poster today.

And decided to post to wish everyone a very merry… Apologies!.. A super nice Monday – and the whole week. 17 more words

Creative Writing

The Palace, The Doors and Our LiveS (Cloud Atlas, La Grande Bellezza and Kundera’s Immortality)

Weird title, but somehow everything falls into place in the end, just like in life, there’s a terrible chaos, all seems illogical, paradox and complicate, and then, just like a flash of light, you see the entire picture. 1,025 more words


Leak of VIP information :)

It’s how a leak of VIP information really looks like!!

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* The image by Syl Ojalla Photography. 18 more words

Creative Writing

Men in Kilts Will Always Intrigue, but "Outlander?" Not So Much . . .

And why is that?

As an avid reader, I knew that when I picked up the first three books of Diana Gabaldon’s popular series, I had to enter a genre of literature that I don’t particularly respect with an open mind.   1,652 more words


The Little Stranger

The Little Stranger by Sarah Waters

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This review refers to the audio version.

what a creepy, creepy book.

ever had a house that just felt–well– 274 more words

Contemporary Literature

Jesus had 12 followers, so why on earth we need more on FB?...

… ‘Oh well dear.. You CV looks fantastic but can you please remember the color nine on the grey scale’? Think that’s a tough thing to think about guys? 88 more words

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