Right, well, what a bloody journey.. I’d be tempted to describe it as an ordeal, which of course is not necessarily a bad comment. The motion sickness, oh Lord the motion sickness! 1,257 more words
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Kazuo Ishiguro, The Buried Giant (Faber & Faber, 2015)
by R.A. Davis
The novels of Kazuo Ishiguro all celebrate the same singularly human skill: the mind’s ability to evade an insistent and monstrous reality. 1,880 more words
When looking for lucrative intellectual property to exploit, game makers typically turn their gaze to the world of film rather than books.
You don’t need to be a brain surgeon to understand why. 180 more words