Saat des Satans

Seed of Satan, by Simon Laffy Seed of Satan is an examination of human identity during World War One, questioning the notions of honour and betrayal, of nation and family. Throughout the actual fighting, the story focuses on the air campaign and the way that ordinary civilians became legitimate targets of war, while scientists and laboratory technicians made rapid…

That Classic Vibe

The Dressmaker and Her Daughters, by Anna St. George The Dressmaker and Her Daughters reminded me of one of my absolute favourite book: Little Women, by Louisa May Alcott. Four young sisters, a loving family and strong characters that face great obstacles with faith and infinite hope. I couldn't go wrong, right? Wrong.…

Fooled By The Title

My Best Friend's Exorcism, by Grady Hendrix Peacefully walking down the aisles of your favourite bookstore in town. Touching the spine of infinite books with the tip of your fingers, a gentle touch like playing the roulette. Eyes fervently catch a glimpse of titles, names, pictures on the cover. Then something…

Secrets

Sister Dear, by Laura McNeill Convicted for a crime she didn't commit, Allie watched her life vanish behind bars Ten years passed and out on parole Allie is determined to clear her name and find the truth. But what she uncovers is far worse than she imagines. Allie is strong,…

Why Kerouac means Freedom

  The Town and The City is Jack Kerouac's debut novel, published seven years before his iconic On the Road, about the adventures of the Martin family as they navigate the seismic cultural shifts following World War II. Inspired by Kerouac’s own New England youth, the eight Martin children enjoy an idyllic upbringing…