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Coraline

“Coraline” by Neil Gaiman crushed me. I feel devastated, hopeless. I’ll never write anything close to this outstanding work. Is there any sense in going on? The answer is yes. I’m not Neil Gaiman and never will be like him. I’m Ella Ananeva. I can’t write as cool as he, but I can write as…
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My review of “The Invisible Library”

The Invisible Library by Genevieve Cogman My rating: 3 of 5 stars Reading time: 4 hours About The Invisible Library exists out of the time-space continuum and contains books from alternative realities. Junior Librarians obtain manuscripts all over the Universe. Irene is one of such literary hunters. Her next task seems strange from the very…
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My Review of “The Unexpected Tales Collection”

The Unexpected Tales Collection by Brad Ashmore My rating: 5 of 5 stars “Unexpected Tales” are exactly what the title promise: unexpected. The short stories in this collection are speculative fiction at its best: they show a real world that can happen in the future; that may have already happened in an alternative reality.To change…
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