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Scott-King’s Modern Europe by Evelyn Waugh

Scott-King’s Modern Europe is a short, perhaps over-short novella by Evelyn Waugh. Written in 1946, it visits a fictitious part of Europe largely unknown to its determinedly English protagonist. In 1946 Scott-King had been...

Movie Review – The Book Thief

She finds her love of reading as a way to shut out the horrors of Nazi Germany. She steals them, shares them, and uses their words and thoughts to nurture those around her. In...

Book Review – The Notebook

Normally, I do not write book reviews on works of fiction. But, this book is a well-written book that elevated the writing career of Nicholas Sparks to the next stratosphere. The book, “The Notebook”,...

A Walk Up Fifth Avenue by Bernard Levin

Bernard Levin begins A Walk Up Fifth Avenue with three quotations from descriptions of New York City. These date from 1916, 1929 and 1949 and were written by Jane Kilmer, Theodore Dreiser and E....

The Best Five Historical Novels Ever Written

What are the best five historical novels ever written? It’s incredibly difficult to pick just five, and every reader will have their own opinion. For readers who are new to historical fiction then it’s...

Invisible Threads by Priscilla Sacramento

Invisible Threads is a progressive and adventurous romantic fiction written by Gibraltar’s business woman, Priscilla Sacramento. It’s a love story that begins a generation before that of Maria Jesus and the love of her...