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To show my opinion of this book most clearly, allow me to express my thoughts as I thought them as I read. Like so: (Beginning of book): Hmmmm, interesting. Slow beginning, but I get the point. Poets arguing about anarchy in a clean neighborhood. Ahh, so the red head is the main character. Got it. … Continue reading Book Review: The Man Who Was Thursday
Love the story! Short but absolutely packed with enough goodness for a full-length film. If you can spare 25 minutes, this will leave you smiling until you fall asleep tonight.
A story about a man telling a long story about a man who talks eloquently but only appears in the story at the very end and only then for a few pages before he dies. Though the plot is hardly inspiring, the writing itself is. Joseph Conrad writes prose like poetry, each sentence painting eloquent … Continue reading Review – Heart of Darkness
I’ll be honest: I still don’t particularly like dogs, but there were times when reading this that I thought, “Damn, that’s a good dog.” Would this story have been better with a cat? That goes without saying, but Jack London has captured the world through a dog’s eyes in such a way that I can … Continue reading Review – The Call of the Wild
Strange visions have invaded my sleep as of late. Surreal, yet like a landscape that I have seen before. Only different. Twisted. Dreams sometimes made all the more real with a nightcap of absinthe. This diary will log my wisping memories of my dreamscape. ___ He rode the narrow path, having chosen the left-most of … Continue reading Absinthe Dreams I
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