This book was recommended to me by a co-worker who noticed how much I was reading last year in my breaks between students at work, and wanted to hear my opinion on this Science Fiction novel. As I’ve said before, I like it when friends lend me books they’re interested in because it’s an opportunityContinue reading “Contact – Book Review”
Honour & Other People’s Children by Australian author Helen Garner, is a book of two fictional short stories based on the themes of functional and dysfunctional relationships in nontraditional family units. Both stories explore how families develop in ways that usually go in an unpredictable fashion, as each home environment aims to provide a senseContinue reading “Honour & Other People’s Children – Book Review”
This will be a short review for a short story! How The Marquis Got His Coat Back, takes place after Neil Gaiman’s novel Neverwhere, where instead of telling it from the perspective of Richard the previous main character, this story is from the perspective of the Marquis de Carabas. Who is in the midst ofContinue reading “How The Marquis Got His Coat Back – Book Review”
Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus by Nabeel Qureshi was recommended to me by a good friend of mine, and it is one of those moments where I thanked God for having friends who also love books just as much as I do. Really. Because the exciting things about borrowing a book from a friend, especially aContinue reading “Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus – Book Review”
First book off the rank for 2019 is…surprise, surprise! A Neil Gaiman book. This book contains speeches, poems and creative manifestos that makes for a great read for teenagers to the elderly. His words have been supported with funny yet sweet black and white illustrations drawn by Chris Riddell. The first piece Credo speaks aboutContinue reading “Art Matters – Book Review”
My end of 2016 post, all about my paper bound guilty pleasure.