Short book reviews and their relevance within contemporary society.
“Place In Me” is Luke Hemming’s third and probably final single before the release of his debut album “When Facing the Things We Turn Away From”. Unlike his previous two single “Starting Line” and “Motion” this song focuses on how his past actions have affected other people rather than himself. Hemming’s is slowing down here.Continue reading “Song Review: Luke Hemmings // Place in Me”
My rating: Kazuo Ishiguro never fails in making you scared out of your mind about the reliability of your memory! He’s like a modern-day Descartes! When We Were Orphans on the surface is a historical detective novel but between the pages deals heavily with memory, nostalgia and belonging. Ishiguro’s novel jumps around in time. From the ’30sContinue reading “Book Review: Kazuo Ishiguro // When We Were Orphans”
My rating: Silent House is the third novel I’ve read by Orhan Pamuk and only now do I feel I can write a review on a literary genius. Snow and My Name is Red were ineffable. I could not find the words to describe truly how beautiful and insightful those novels were. Silent House however falls short of five stars and nowContinue reading “Book Review: Orhan Pamuk // Silent House”
I started by just tabbing quotes I was compelled to, that I didn’t want to get lost.
And now I’m here, using those quotes to work my way through my feelings towards the world through book reviews.
Warning: may be spoilers!