Partial front cover of Lavondyss by Robert Holdstock

Lavondyss by Robert Holdstock

Nel's Perspective Rarely do I feel the need to write down everything going through my mind whilst reading something. This usually happens when I read non-fiction, however, Robert Holdstock’s Lavondyss is probably one of the few exceptions. Hence, I’m typing this just after finishing part one. If you need a bit of a refresher (as … Continue reading Lavondyss by Robert Holdstock

The Spine of Mythago Wood by Robert Holdstock

Mythago Wood by Robert Holdstock

Nel’s Perspective: I braced myself for the second round of fantasy stories and it was a bit of a challenge. Robert Holdstock has a very unique way of story-telling, which was a bit difficult to follow at times. This was not because the language was unnecessarily heavy or convoluted, but because I usually read in … Continue reading Mythago Wood by Robert Holdstock

A partial cover of the Bulgarian edition of Master and Margarita

The Master and Margarita by Mikhail Bulgakov

Vel’s Perspective: Reading Russian literature is always a bizarre experience for me, even when I know something odd will be going on, I am still amazed at just how odd things become. After reading a collection of Gogol’s short stories I thought I was ready for anything, and of course I wasn’t. Now, after The … Continue reading The Master and Margarita by Mikhail Bulgakov