Of roses, swans and the ordering of fine things in great rooms……….
Paraic O’Donnell’s strange, seductive, immersive Gothic literary creation had me pretty well hooked from the off. 872 more words
I love books about books. Not non-fiction critiques and essays on the importance of classics in a modern world. Those are fine. But what I love are books about ordinary people living ever so slightly extraordinary lives because they, like me, love books. 424 more words
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This is a book about books! What’s not to love?!
The Readers of Broken Wheel Recommend… 995 more words
What would happen if you created maps that tracked the plots of classic books? This is exactly what Andrew DeGraff and Daniel Harmon did. Daniel Harmon wrote an introduction essay for each book and Andrew DeGraff made incredible maps tracking the characters and their movements throughout the story. 182 more words
Genre: Teen Fantasy
Series: The Great Library, #1
If a book is about other books (and let’s face it, all of us bookworms/authors just can’t help but write about our one true love) I am instantly interested. 450 more words