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Books I Read in February 2015

• The Tragedy of Coriolanus, by William Shakespeare — An amazing play, thought to be one of the last two tragedies by Shakespeare. Caius Marcius earns the name Coriolanus when he almost single-handedly turns the tide of a battle and takes the city of Corioli. 627 more words



After sacking Troy, the warrior king Odysseus, in Homer’s epic poem, “The Odyssey” (8th century BC.), embarked on an adventurous ten-year journey home. Along the way, he encountered sea monsters, a Cyclopes, a witch-goddess, and a few seductive bird-women called: “Sirens.” … 249 more words

Caron Vikre

February 24, 2015

This is THE SPELL!

Welcome to The Spell, the only competition show on TV that matters. The strongest witches from across the country have been invited to compete in this blockbuster magic competition in its premiere seasons. 1,072 more words


The Road and Walkers: How We're Selling the Apocalypse

There is a moment in The Road when the man wakes up and from that point on there is nothing so important as the boy. However before I get to that I must discuss… 2,056 more words

The Odyssey Comix (GCSE version) paperback

You can now buy the Odyssey Comix in a gorgeous full-colour 52-page paperback!

Welcome to Homer’s Odyssey, told through the medium of…comic strips. Greek Myth Comix presents the story of Odysseus in a whole new light. 188 more words

Greek Myth Comix