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REVIEW: Calabash

I live in my own mind. I always have done. For as long I can remember, I've been lost in thought, contemplating big ideas or personal anxieties. It's this mindset which continues to attract me to urban fantasy novels, of the like which Christopher Fowler and Neil Gaiman are famous for. For the record, I… Continue reading REVIEW: Calabash

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Awakening your “just giving” spirit with A Street Cat Named Bob

                      Hello there fellow bloggers! Yes, I know, i've been off the scene for a while now! Truth be told, i've been concentrating my efforts on  two other online platforms: The Metropolist and Highlight Nation . Between the two, I review television, film and hip hop… Continue reading Awakening your “just giving” spirit with A Street Cat Named Bob

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Defining Psychopathy with Jon Ronson

                  The Psychopath Test: A Journey  Through the Madness Industry- my first introduction to the weird and wonderful world of Jon Ronson- is a character study on psychopathy, which sees  a Gonzo Journalist  travelling the world in search of those whose lives have been touched by insanity.… Continue reading Defining Psychopathy with Jon Ronson

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The Shadow of the Wind review

In keeping with the theme of this blog, I was recently recommended a novel which gets to the very heart about what it means to come into possession of rare title; a novel which best captures that magical journey I'd first envisaged of entering a secret underground lair filled with lost and forgotten material. I… Continue reading The Shadow of the Wind review

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The Dice Man: Live life by the roll of a dice with Luke Rhinehart

On a recent getaway to Cyprus with the family I decided to catch up on some much needed reading, and thought I'd use the week long break to delve into a curious novel I'd been given a while back, but yet picked up, The Dice Man. Bar exception to the precautionary blurb opening "This book… Continue reading The Dice Man: Live life by the roll of a dice with Luke Rhinehart