Category Archives: 2.5 star review

“The Girl In Between” by Laekan Zea Kemp

Bryn is a girl with Klein-Levin Syndrome (KLS), also known as Sleeping Beauty syndrome, a rare sleep disorder characterized by persistent episodic hypersomnia, she may go to sleep for several weeks at a time. I wasn’t sure what this book … Continue reading

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“Look at the Harlequins” by Vladmir Nabokov

Many writers and book reviewers highly rate Nabokov. “Lolita” is often in various top ten lists of 20th century novels. I have no wish to read “Lolita“, I have had my fill of psychological obsession with “Love in the Time … Continue reading

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“The Tailor of Panama” by John Le Carre

This was a bit of a trudge,I’m not sure if this were the fault of the book or me being distracted while reading it. The book is a satire of a spy story. This was my first Le Carre book, … Continue reading

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“The man with a Thousand Names” by A E Van Vogt

When I was 15 and 16, I read a lot of science fiction; Clifford D Simak, Robert Silverberg, Isaac Asimov etc… I don’t remember if I read A E Van Vogt but the name is certainly familiar. These days I … Continue reading

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