Monthly Archives: July 2008

Reading old fiction

They say what you read defines you in more ways than you can imagine.  When you start reading, you have to look out because there is a danger of becoming a bookworm. And you don’t want to be a bookworm; … Continue reading

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Just browsing

Sometimes, when I look away for a moment, the devil creeps in and pulverizes my defenses so I can’t resist when I see a Shaun Hutson novel. Normally, I try to stay the hell away from Hutson, not because he … Continue reading

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News from the trenches

I just finished reading The Diary of a Young Girl. Finally. I was getting riled by the fact that people all around me seemed to have read it many centuries ago and I was the last dino still roaming earth.  … Continue reading

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Scratch that

If you’ve read The Concubine you will agree that Amadi  cheated us. Many read it while they were still young and they still believed in endless love and happily-ever-after. So to go and twist a beautiful story full of the promise … Continue reading

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