Time for another short story! This is simply story about an Astronomer. It also involves stars, cities and mornings. Not really any subtext or greater meaning, just thought I’d try my hand at telling a charming story.
The start of a five part story, The Redemption Of Barnabus E. Heart tells the tale of Barnabus and his quest to save his wife, Esther. Throughout this story, we see the lengths that Heart will go to, as we follow his letters to his brother Esmond. Hope you all enjoy!
Have a story. An emotional, engaging, visceral, heart-wrenching story about Steve the Lighthouse Guy. It’s worth it, honest. Stick around for the end.
1950’s hardboiled detective noir that goes deeper and darker than any other book in the genre, L.A. Confidential might very well give you nightmares.
A book about how everything is connected and that we’re all integral to each other’s destiny. A tried and tested trope, but does Ghostwritten pull it off?
One of the best pieces of Japanese literature, and a story-telling masterpiece. Surprisingly, not much to do with Japan at all…
Hey you! Read this book! Seriously, right now.
Okay, first review on the site, and it’s a doozy. Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged is a massive book. Over 1,000 pages and small font, it’s a daunting challenge for any reader. Most of it is taken up by Rand’s characters giving speeches about Objectivism, her personal philisophy. Russian borne, Rand moved to America in 1926, having lived through the Russian revolution, and as such, hated Communism with a passion. This really shows in her book, with all the subtlety of a flying fat man. Continue reading Book Review: Atlas Shrugged