Book Review: Three Magic Words (Uell S. Andersen)

Book Review: Three Magic Words (Uell S. Andersen)

Three Magic Words is a thought-provoking, deeply spiritual and metaphysical book which is worth reading if you are open to expanding your numinous horizons. It will challenge and push you to explore spiritual paths that you perhaps have never previously contemplated....
Book Review: The Soft Vengeance of a Freedom Fighter by Albie Sachs

Book Review: The Soft Vengeance of a Freedom Fighter by Albie Sachs

The Soft Vengeance of a Freedom Fighter is an entertaining, playful and touching memoir written by anti-Apartheid struggle hero Albie Sachs. It is a humble, gentle and at times humorous account of Albie’s recovery from an assassination attempt in which his right...
Book Review: One, No one & 100,000

Book Review: One, No one & 100,000

One, No One and One Hundred Thousand is in short a funny, thought-provoking yet highly entertaining novella worth reading. Pirandello masterfully transports you down the rabbit-hole mind of the protagonist, Vitangelo Moscarda. The whole story revolves around a...
Book Review:  Hiroona – An Historical Romance in Poetic Form

Book Review: Hiroona – An Historical Romance in Poetic Form

I found Hiroona: An Historical Romance in Poetic Form to be an intriguing and unusual read. The peculiarity of Hiroona lies in the fact that it is written in a narrative poem form which is seldom seen in contemporary literature. Huggins uses this literary style to...

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