Category: Biblio

Book Review: The Brief Wonderful Life of Oscar Wao

“It’s like a fucking knife in me”, said Junot Díaz, on the pressure to produce a follow-up to his 1996 short story collection Drown,  that released to explosive...

Book Review: The Buddha of Suburbia

Sometime before the world began perceiving him as a once-brilliant success-cliché who’d simply gone stark raving mad and taken to penning scathing novellas about...

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Spell & Bound Bookshop and Café: A review

The musky smell of crisp, new paper emanating from stacks upon stacks of titles sinks in the moment you enter Spell & Bound Bookshop and Café, the newest place to...

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Book Review: Uncle Tungsten

Memories of a Chemical Boyhood Author : Oliver Sacks From his earliest days, Oliver Sacks, the distinguished neurologist who is also one of the most remarkable...