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Book Review: Celestial Harmonies by Péter Esterházy

A noble family, and hundreds of years of history. Celestial Harmonies packs in the details, and some disappointment. Read More »

Book Review: Vaclav & Lena by Haley Tanner

A story of resilience, and the amazing human capability to grow and heal, no matter how much they get hurt. Read More »

Book Review: Einstein’s Dreams by Alan Lightman

Time always moves forward, in a steady fashion. But what if there exist worlds in which time behaves differently? Read More »

Book Review: King Rat by James Clavell

POWs in one of Japan's worst prisons: how do you think you will survive? Read More »

Book Review: The Gospel According to Jesus Christ by José Saramago

Jesus: do we know who he is, what he stands for, where he comes from? Read More »

Book Review: Crash by J. G. Ballard

What happens when human dependence to technology is taken to the extreme? Read More »

Book Review: The Museum of Innocence by Orhan Pamuk

Would you be willing to wait 8 years just to be with the woman you love? Read More »

Book Review: Death is Not an Option by Suzanne Rivecca

A collection of short stories featuring victims of all shapes and sizes. Read More »

Book Review: Liquidation by Imre Kertész

Is it always the case that we do things for a reason? Sometimes, human nature is complex and inexplicable. Read More »

Book Review: Luminarium by Alex Shakar

What's worse than a lost job, a lost girlfriend, dysfunctional family, and a comatose twin brother? Read More »