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Book Review: The Hunger Angel by Herta Müller

An extraordinary novel about the hardships the German people faced after the Second World War, informed by real-life testimony. Read More »

Book Review: Vlad by Carlos Fuentes

Count Dracula comes to Mexico. Read More »

Book Review: Fading Into Magic by Vone Savan

A magical story of the angst of love and loss, and the return of belief. Read More »

Music Review: Boban and Marko Markovic Orchestra & Fanfare Ciocarlia – Balkan Brass Battle

Brass band music like you've never heard before as everything else will pale in comparison. Read More »

Old Soldiers Never Die; They Just Fade Away….and Fight Global Hunger

What better way for a country to rebuild and prosper than to feed all its children? Read More »

Music Review: A Hawk And A Hacksaw – Cervantine

Like watching the funnel cloud of a tornado and being amazed a thing of such uncontrolled power can hold its shape. Read More »

DVD Review: Ghost Hunters International – Season One Part 1

If you're already a fan of Ghost Hunters, then GHI is a good source of "more of the same." Read More »

Book Review: The Appointment by Herta Müller

Bleak internal monologue awaits English readers of most recently translated work of this year's Nobel Literature laureate. Read More »

Book Review: Romance Language by Alan Elsner

If you want a quick read this would be a perfect book to go on holiday with or simply read whilst you commute to work. Read More »

Music Review: Fanfare Ciocarlia – Fanfare Ciocarlia Live & Best Of Gypsy Brass

Their music resonates with the sound of the human experience in a way few other bands can ever hope to emulate. Read More »