As part of our efforts to include literature from all corners of the world, it would be silly to skip Russia. Especially when discussing post-apocalyptic dystopias. Tatyana Tolstaya’s Slynx was also an interesting and wild personal experience. So, strap yourselves and let me tell you how I tried reading the same book twice. In the same month.
Vel’s Perspective Nalo Hopkinson’s Falling in Love with Hominids is this year’s compilation of short stories. Our overarching […]
Vel’s Perspective: Nelly had long spoken of how excited she is to be getting this book, and then […]
Vel’s Perspective: As part of the extensive Christmas hamper Nelly sent me last year, I got two of […]
We’re finishing off 2020 with probably our largest read of the year – Tokoraz Isto’s Tohol, which is part of the 13-volume series Tangra. This book takes us way back into the past, when khans ruled the vast steppes and being a strong, resilient and noble warrior, so you can serve Tangra, the khan, and his tribe, was your sole life mission.
Nel’s Perspective Zara: Pages of a Diary by Evgeniya Dimitrova first showed up on my Facebook feed through […]
Nel’s Perspective It’s time for another poem! Vel and I had a long discussion on which of Blaga […]
Vel’s Perspective For a third year in a row, we have trusted ourselves to read and review a […]
Nel’s Perspective Rarely do I feel the need to write down everything going through my mind whilst reading […]
Vel’s Perspective Transki Stories is used as the umbrella name for two separate sets of stories – Transki […]