I’m Thinking of Never Watching Another Book-To-Film Adaptation

This post has gone through many edits and rereads by yours truly, because after I watched the film adaptation of I’m Thinking of Ending Things (authored by Iain Reid), I had a lot to say, and so I wrote down all of my thoughts in a post. Initially they were negative outbursts without a lot … Continue reading I’m Thinking of Never Watching Another Book-To-Film Adaptation

Sunday Morning Thoughts: What’s in a Book Review Blog Post

In this edition of Sunday Morning Thoughts, I'm not just sharing my own—I'd like you to share yours. As I've gotten fully comfortable with how I structure my book reviews here on the blog, I'm starting to consider ways to improve them or make sure they have all the information my readers look for; basically, … Continue reading Sunday Morning Thoughts: What’s in a Book Review Blog Post

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Grimm’s Complete Fairy Tales: How Mrs. Fox Married Again

"There was once an old fox with nine tails, who wished to put his wife's affection to proof." This tale, [which I first thought was] separated into two sections, is not the most spectacular tale in the Grimm collection, but the rhyming sequences at least make parts of it fun to read. We begin with … Continue reading Grimm’s Complete Fairy Tales: How Mrs. Fox Married Again

Book Review: Little Eyes

Little Eyes Samanta Schweblin Little Eyes was published on May 5th, 2020. Content Warning: Animal abuse, kidnapping, sexual references and language. SYNOPSIS: They've infiltrated homes in Hong Kong, shops in Vancouver, the streets in Sierra Leone, town squares in Oaxaca, schools in Tel Aviv, bedrooms in Indiana. They're everywhere. They're here. They're us. They're not … Continue reading Book Review: Little Eyes