Review: ‘The Last Wish’ by Andrzej Sapkowski

The edition that I read had 280 pages; I tore through 205 of them in one day. 'The Last Wish' is on the Robert Heinlein side of fantasy, meaning it is snappy, dialogue- and action-driven, full of plot and conflict, and has very little time for subplots, exposition, or world-building.However, this does not mean the …

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The UK’s Best University Libraries

There are over 150 universities in the UK alone, and the vast majority of them have their own library, so there is plenty of competition out there for which one is the best! Here I'm going to list what are - in my opinion - the most beautiful and interesting university libraries in the UK. …

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My First Impression of “The Buried Giant” By Kazuo Ishiguro

After reading two chapters of this book, this is my first impression. In interviews, Kazuo has repeatedly said that he doesn't consider his first novel in ten years to be a 'fantasy' book. And yet elsewhere, it has been advertised as one. I can see where the confusion lies. 'The Buried Giant' is set in a …

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