Page Turner: A Natural History of Dragons

Part Fantasy, part science, part memoir. All good. A Natural History of Dragons: A Memoir by Lady Trent by Marie Brennan is, well just as the title says, a memoir of the world's preeminent dragon naturalist. An impressive woman who was at the forefront of researching and documenting dragons. Written by herself in her old... Continue Reading →

Page Turner: Hex

I haven't felt this indifferent about a book in a while. I was recommended Hex while looking for good Halloween books and started reading expecting a lot of dark magic, suspense and thrills. What I got was a decent enough read but one I will most likely forget by the end of the year. Hex... Continue Reading →

Page Turner: Past Mortems

Apparently, working in a mortuary is not a dead-end job. I don't know why but recently I have been reading a lot of books about death. By no means is this a bad thing, in fact, I find it rather comforting learning more about what happens to us after we pass on. At the start... Continue Reading →

Page Turner: Convenience Store Woman

One of the magical things about books is that sometimes they make a bigger impression on you that you can even imagine beforehand. Sometimes they will make you cry inconsolably, sometimes giggle like a school girl or even make you question the very fabric of reality. Convenience Store Woman by Sayaka Murata was one of... Continue Reading →

Page Turner: Overlord

Imagine if you could enter a fantasy world as an overpowered skeletal lord. Well, Momonga doesn't have to. Written by Kugane Maruyama, Overlord starts off as a long time player of the MMORPG Yggdrasil stays online on the final day of the game server before it is shut down. However, when the game world ends he finds himself in it... Continue Reading →

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