Review: Like the Red Sky at Morning (Forget Me Not #2) by Brielle Sky

If you go back to my review of the first book and have now read both, I would just like a moment to gloat that I was, in fact, correct about my predictions. 399 more words


Review: Doomsday Book (Oxford Time Travel #1) by Connie Willis

What the hell! How many rewards did this book win? How many of my most reliable reading mates loved it? Have I lost my mind? Have I lost my book mojo? 158 more words


Review: On the Road by Jack Kerouac

Okay, confession, I don’t even know what “beat lit” is….and if this is an example, I don’t want to know any more.

If I understood “beat lit” would it make me love this book? 189 more words


Ulysses and Urania

Ulysses on Calypso’s island, by Detlev Conrad Blunck

Ulysses is the Latin form of Odysseus, which may be derived from the Greek word odyssomai (to hate). 369 more words

Divine Comedy

Review: The Coincidence of Coconut Cake by Amy E. Reichert

I absolutely loved this book and I devoured it in less than 24 hours and really wish I could go back for more second helpings! 250 more words


Idei pentru părinți, auzite de la Urania Cremene

Eu încă nu am copii. Nu am copiii mei. În schimb am 5 pici alături de care timpul trece altfel, alături de care trăiesc emoții noi, și pe care mă bucur mereu să-i revăd. 454 more words


Review: Being Dead by Jim Crace

This is one of those books that I found very difficult to choose between a 5 star read and a 3 star read.

I don’t believe you’ll find many other books out there quite like this one, I will give that to Crace. 1,071 more words