I've been out of action for a little while now, suffering from yet another migraine - this has to be at least the fourth this year. It's not quite gone yet but I'm so damn bored from taking it easy that I decided to put this together. I work with computers so after getting home … Continue reading Migraines are the WORST
Synopsis: Nina does not have a drinking problem. She likes a drink, sure. But what 17-year-old doesn’t? Nina’s mum isn’t so sure. But she’s busy with her new husband and five year old Katie. And Nina’s almost an adult after all. And if Nina sometimes wakes up with little memory of what happened the night … Continue reading Review: Nina Is Not O.K. by Shappi Khorsandi
Synopsis: When Margaret's fiancé, John, is hospitalized for depression in 1960s London, she faces a choice: carry on with their plans despite what she now knows of his condition, or back away from the suffering it may bring her. She decides to marry him. Imagine Me Gone is the unforgettable story of what unfolds from … Continue reading Review: Imagine Me Gone by Adam Haslett
Hi!! Welcome to the new home of The Most Sublime, formerly found at dragonsbookcase.wordpress.com After blogging consistently for an entire year, I decided to treat myself to my very own domain so that I can personalise my website even more. I've even decided to take a bash at learning how to code, so that could … Continue reading Most Sublime gets a facelift
Synopsis: Imagine a world without books… In the future, books are a distant memory. The written word has been replaced by an ever-present stream of images known as Verity. In the controlling dominion of the United Vales of Fell, reading is obsolete and forbidden, and readers themselves do not—cannot—exist. But where others see images in … Continue reading Review: Blood, Ink and Fire by Ashley Mansour
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