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Made You Up by Francesca Zappia | Book Review

(Stand-Alone)

Published: May 19th 2015

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Reality, it turns out, is often not what you perceive it to be—sometimes, there really is someone out to get you. 1,311 more words

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The unreliable narrator

In my ‘Corpse-Eater Saga,’ I wanted to push myself a bit with my writing.  I try to do that as often as I can.  In this case I did a couple of things that I don’t normally do.   372 more words

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Book Review: The Sense of an Ending

Somewhere between mystery, coming-of-age, and philosophical discourse on memory, Julian Barnes’ novel The Sense of an Ending manages to provoke and disturb the reader (aka me. 512 more words

Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn

Nick Dunne’s life is thrown into chaos when he comes home on the day of his fifth anniversary to find his wife missing. There is no note, no missing property, nothing except the scene of  a struggle in the living room. 355 more words

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Unreliable

So I started reading Eyes Wide Open yesterday. It’s a bind-up of four novellas, which are the first “book” of a series called the Outlaw Chronicles. 209 more words

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Five Naive Narrators

Margot McGovern names her favourite naive narrators. 

The much anticipated release of Harper Lee’s Go Set a Watchman (2015) sent many of us, myself included, … 1,028 more words

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THE DROWNING GIRL, THE SECOND

THE DROWNING GIRL, THE SECOND

This is a response to Artichoke’s letter, here, and by no means a full, comprehensive analysis of Kiernan’s The Drowning Girl in its own right– this is merely a few things that I really wanted to bring up, on my own, some of which ties into Artichoke’s points, some of which are more random. 4,199 more words

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