My First Contemporary Romance Novel: A Review of Lyssa Kay Adams’ The Bromance Book Club

I always thought I have been pretty undiscriminating when it comes to book genres. I would read my mother’s hand-me-down Jackie Collins and my ex’s Sophie Kinsella books, so I was quite surprised when I was told that most of what I read before (which I thought are romantic works), does not actually belong inContinue reading “My First Contemporary Romance Novel: A Review of Lyssa Kay Adams’ The Bromance Book Club”

Alien Linguistics at the Frontier: A Review of China Miéville’s Embassytown

We speak now or I do, and others do. You’ve never spoken before. You will. You’ll be able to say how the city is a pit and a hill and a standard and an animal that hunts and a vessel on the sea and the sea and how we are fish in it, not likeContinue reading “Alien Linguistics at the Frontier: A Review of China Miéville’s Embassytown”

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