Tender is the Night by F. Scott Fitzgerald

I had been looking for a second Fitzgerald read after the Great Gatsy, something as enticing and electrifying, something with the feel of that long-lost era of the roaring 20s. However, it saddens me to say that while the shadows of cigars, blues and buzzing romance followed the writer to this novel, something just wasn’t... Continue Reading →

Mind Platter by Najwa Zebian Review

Mind Platter is a compilation of short paragraphs and quotes on a variety of topics. It’s a self-help, inspirational type of book that, much like others in this genre, relates differently to different types of people. You could find a range of topics that Zebian discusses, from happiness to sadness, love to loneliness and friendships... Continue Reading →

The Hunchback of Notre Dame Review

The first time I heard about Notre Dame was in grade 5 in French lit class. What began as an educational session watching NDP’s 1997 play adaptation with Garou and Helene Segara turned into a full-blown obsession about anything that has to do with the cathedral, the play, the story and the characters. Which brings... Continue Reading →

Lullabies by Lang Leav Review

I’ve been wanting to review this book ever since I started this blog so yay to long overdue productivity! But also, yay to giving myself a chance to read other poetry books and taking the time to mull over poetic prose since then because to tell you the truth, the piece I would’ve written back... Continue Reading →

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