Why I Love Dostoevsky

*taps mic* *clears throat* Is anyone still here? Sorry for disappearing for about two weeks but work got very busy and, between that and everything that is going on in the country,* I had a few very bad […]

Les Misérables: Thoughts On Different Media

Happy Tuesday, everyone! Guess what? Today is another national anniversary for Greece. Every year on November 17th we remember and honour the Athens Polytechnic Uprising. Since 21 April 1967, Greece had been under a military junta. On 14 […]

Series Review: Lois Lane Trilogy by Gwenda Bond

In Fallout, the first book in the series, teenage Lois Lane moves to Metropolis, where her family is finally putting down roots. Lois is determined to fit in and make friends, but life in her new high school […]

Throwback Review: Circe by Madeline Miller

Read: November 16, 2019 The book follows the life of Circe, daughter of Helios, god of the sun. She is not powerful like her father or alluring like her mother, but she discovers that she has the power […]