South America: Wrap-up!

Dear reader, it seems strange to write this today, with the world as it is. Reeling in the wake of another full month of social distancing and death from the coronavirus, we also this week were faced with another senseless death of an innocent Black man, George Floyd, at the hands of the police. This … Continue reading South America: Wrap-up!

January Reads

At risk of beating a dead horse here, I am so sorry for being so ridiculously irresponsible with this blog! We were doing so well and then I fell off the map and well, long story short, I’m back and I’m ready to talk books. Let’s pick up where we left off shall we? In … Continue reading January Reads

Children’s Home

My hunt for the gothic is never ending, and it lead me to this highly peculiar novel by Charles Lambert called The Children’s Home. Talking about it will be difficult, mostly because it transcends all descriptive techniques. Human speech was not designed to talk about this strange novel. The Children’s Home is, in the vague … Continue reading Children’s Home