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Flash Review - The Iliad, translated by Caroline Alexander

Title: The Iliad

Author: Homer/Caroline Alexander

Publisher: Ecco

One of the most ancient stories in the world, The Iliad as recounted by Homer is an epic in the truest sense of the word. 302 more words

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Flash Review: I Can Speak [Movie]

Unexpectedly, the chronicles of my adventures in in-flight entertainment continue, heh.

Today I watched K-movie I Can Speak on a whim, mostly because it stars Na Moon Hee, and I’ve learned from my time in dramaland, that Na Moon Hee is awesome. 1,063 more words

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Flash Review - The Night Ocean, by Paul La Farge

Title: The Night Ocean

Author: Paul LaFarge

Publisher: Penguin Books

The Night Ocean is not about what you think it is about. It is a story about stories, witnessed through a kaleidoscoping lens of unreliable narrators. 159 more words

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Flash Review: Across The Ocean To See You [China]

You guys know how I sometimes question my judgment for continuing to watch a show that – despite all mental gymnastics to rationalize Show’s merit – is just plain bad? 2,528 more words

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Flash Review - Infernal Machines, by John Hornor Jacobs

Title: Infernal Machines

Author: John Hornor Jacobs

Publisher: Gollancz

I’ll try to keep this as brief and to the point as I can, but I’m not going to make any promises. 183 more words

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Flash Review - Winterglass, by Benjanun Sriduangkaew

Title: Winterglass

Author: Benjanun Sriduangkaew

Publisher: The Apex Book Company

I’m typically always interested in two things when I discover them in books: a thriving, alternate world with a palpable history, and a unique system of magic/metaphysics. 141 more words

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Flash Review: If We Were A Season [Drama Special]

It isn’t often that I fall in instant like with a show (it usually takes several episodes, before I feel fully engaged with a show and its characters), but this one – … 1,067 more words

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