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Book Review | The Woman Who Walked Into Doors by Roddy Doyle

The Woman Who Walked Into Doorshurt me. It really hurt me. The kind of hurt where I was lying in bed at night reading it and my partner walked in to kiss me hello after coming home from a 12-hour shift in a 1,000 degree kitchen and I just batted him away without looking away from the book because how could someone possibly interrupt a person when they were going through something so emotional, hello! 205 more words

Book Reviews

‘Crossing the River’ by Caryl Phillips

A vision of two centuries of the African diaspora, Crossing the River is essentially a novel made up of four short stories bound together by one voice and shared experience. 601 more words


July TBR

Ok so my July is pretty much the same as my June with a few extra ones that need to be read and reviewed this month. 106 more words


Five Magical Realism Novels to Snag this Summer

I may have stumbled onto Magical Realism at some earlier point in my reading life, but the first book I can remember reading from this genre is Sarah Addison Allen’s  1,454 more words

Books & Literature

Book Review: Somewhere- Various Authors

Somewhere is a collection of stories from various authors and is part of the Elsewhere collection.  Somewhere is the land of the imagination. Somewhere is a world of fantasy and dreamscapes, the dark and beautiful legends of elsewhere. 606 more words