Tag: reading

Micro and Maxi Fiction

3 Features I’m Looking for in a Sci-fi/Fantasy Novel

The last week was a reader’s nightmare. Three books. Three books I started to read and dropped after consuming the first third of the text. If you hate dropping books as much as I do, you know this pain. Even one bookish disappointment hurts. Three, and in one week, is barely bearable. “Burning Glass” by…
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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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God, freedom, and “Uncle Tom’s Cabin”

If God didn’t exist, we would have to think Him off. I don’t know whether this is a quotation or my own words. If this is a quotation, I agree with the author. If these are my words, I claim them. I’m not much into religion myself, but I see how in “Uncle Tom’s Cabin”…
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