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Unlight

Unlight by Chandra Sekhar is an original science fiction novel that focuses on the psychological aspects of the story. Instead of typical plot with alien attacks or unknown planets, we have a family sheltering from the severe weather in a high-tech complex. Check my full review: https://forums.onlinebookclub.org/viewtopic.php?f=21&t=200228

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Reviving the classics: Wuthering Heights

Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë is one of the classics we are all expected to know to some level. We either study it at school, read it for pleasure, watch the adaptation or hear so much about it that it feels like we know it by heart. It is supposed to be one of theContinue reading “Reviving the classics: Wuthering Heights”

Lore

Bind your fate to mine. Lore by Alexandra Bracken is an exciting, fast-paced novel set in a world where Greek gods and heroes live among New Yorkers. It is full of action, adventure, love and friendship. In the fascinating world created by Bracken, Zeus punished the gods of Olympus by starting the first Agon— a circleContinue reading “Lore”

Island Games

Island Games by Caleb J. Boyer is an exciting adventure story for teenagers. Written by a twelve-years old, it targets the younger audience. The book follows the story of two friends, Matthew and Ryan, who suddenly find themselves stranded on a mysterious island, without memory of how they got there or where they came from.Continue reading “Island Games”

Coraline

This is my Polish edition of Coraline by Neil Gaiman. It was the first book by that author I have ever read, and many more followed. Don’t be put off by the young age of the main character- it’s one of those stories that can satisfy readers of every age.  Coraline tells a story of a girl whoContinue reading “Coraline”

Reviving the classics: Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde

White and black, good and evil, two sides of the same coin… I believe we all know this story. Or do we just think we do? Spoilers!!! Stevenson’s novella follows Mr Utterson, a respectful lawyer, as he investigates the figure of a mysterious Edward Hyde, whose bad reputation was based on his cruel treatment ofContinue reading “Reviving the classics: Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde”

The Binding

I started reading The Binding by Bridget Collins, not knowing a lot about its plot. I only knew that the main character is a binder and that in the world created by the author, the process of binding a book is some kind of magic. I heard some positive opinions and saw many people reading this bookContinue reading “The Binding”