The Book of Imaginary Beings

The Book of Imaginary Beings – Review

In 2018 (and still continuing now) I had set myself a challenge to read more books that were seen as classics (or by authors who are seen as authors to read) and more books that had been translated into English. The Book of Imaginary Beings fits nicely into both categories. Ostensibly a short survey of […]

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The Wolf and the Watchman

The Wolf and the Watchman – Review

Gritty, full of shit and piss, dark and twisting. This is my favourite book of 2019, at the moment. As I’ve probably gone on at length somewhere else, I’m not a thriller/mystery reader by nature, but this is such a wonderfully engrossing and descriptive novel of 19th century Stockholm I was dragged into this at […]

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Words To Use More Often

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Big Foot and Little Foot

Big Foot And Little Foot – Review

This is the story of Hugo and Boone, a story of friendship and adventure. Hugo is a Sasquatch and Boone is a Human and the two were never meant to meet, fear of discovery keeping Sasquatch society hidden as they think that humans will either want to capture or kill them. Hugo wants adventure and […]

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