Essential Reading: February 2016

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I didn’t expect January to turn out to be that rewarding in terms of reading because I was in a slump when the year started. It’s a good thing that two of the books that I read, Michel Faber’s The Book of Strange New Things and Dorothy B. Hughes’ The Expendable man, were perfect in terms of their … Continue reading

Book Review: Time’s Arrow or The Nature of the Offence by Martin Amis

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“He is traveling towards his secret. Parasite or passenger, I am traveling there with him. It will be bad. It will be bad, and not intelligible. But I will know one thing about it (and at least the certainty brings comfort): I will know how bad the secret is. I will know the nature of … Continue reading

BOOKLOVE: First Quarter of 2015

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For four months now, I have never updated the BOOKLOVE feature of my blog. There’s no reason for excuses because it was mostly laziness that held me off from writing regularly. However, I don’t just want to let this feature die so, in order to catch-up, I’m going to write an extended version of BOOKLOVE … Continue reading

Essential Reading: December 2014

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I’ve been neglecting this blog for about a month now and I just came back to update my required reading for the last month of 2014. Of course, I’ll promise to write more posts for next year but we all know that my writing for this blog will be erratic at best. Anyway, let’s not … Continue reading