Tragic: Deidra Del Angel

There is a different angle given to reading when the author is a friend. When you read, it's like you can hear their voice and then there are times when you can read parts of their presentation and know that they are actually putting themselves on to paper. I'm in no doubt that this book... Continue Reading →

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Howl’s Moving Castle: Diana Wynne Jones

I asked my girlfriend what her favourite film was ages ago and she told me about Howl's Moving Castle, a Studio Ghibli/Disney presentation. We watched it together and I really enjoyed it! The way that anime and fantasy combine intrigues me, along with it's animation and very interesting story lines. Howl's Moving Castle, of the... Continue Reading →

Romeo & Juliet: William Shakespeare

It's been great to take on reading again, now that I'm getting the train to and from work. I started this reading challenge to get me going. My first book was Chad Harbach's The Art of Fielding and today I completed the infamous Romeo & Juliet by... Do I even need to name William Shakespeare?!... Continue Reading →

Chad Harbach: The Art of Fielding

"Each of us, deep down, believes that the whole world issues from his own precious body, like images projected from a tiny slide on to an earth-sized screen. Andthen, deeper down, each of us knows he's wrong." - 467

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