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Camp Concentration

Extremist reading: reading a light, Victorian cozy mystery and then an American 1960s Thomas Disch novel.  Camp Concentration by Thomas M. Disch (1940 – 2008) was published as a novel in 1968. 1,210 more words


Book Pairing of the Week: The Girls

I felt so cool checking The Girls by Emma Cline out of the library. For once in my life, I’m hip on literary trends! I mean, for goodness sake, I still haven’t read  484 more words

It All Comes Back to Christ

“If a godly man’s prayer availeth much, it is because Christ’s prayer availeth much.” –Anthony Burgess

June Wrap Up & July TBR

This months wrap up will be pretty short, as I have only just gotten back in to blogging, and I have had a busy month. The TBR for next month, however, will be longer than my usual, as I am currently trying to get a lot of reading done. 437 more words


Book review: 'A Clockwork Orange' by Anthony Burgess

Here’s a book that I have been meaning to read for about two years now. When I finished reading After The King, I wanted to read something non-fantasy, having read a lot of it recently. 496 more words


A word in a dictionary is very much like a car in a mammoth motorshow — full of potential, but temporarily inactive. -Anthony Burgess, author (1917-1993).

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