Phedre by Oscar Wilde (To Sarah Bernhardt)
*Honest review given in exchange for book.*
The strange and unknown has always fascinated me. What exactly defines something being strange? Is it a matter of opinion? Of following society’s rules because we believe that is the correct way? Have we all been brainwashed into a certain way of thinking because it is the ‘good’ and ‘right’ thing to do? I found myself asking all of these questions when I dived into the thrilling novella Strungballs by Mike Russell. I would like to thank the wonderful people at Strange Books especially Jay the Strange Books secretary for this opportunity. Also thank you to Mike Russell for creating such an intriguing story and bringing my imagination to life.
Strungballs follows Sydney, a ten-year old boy who has just had a cube of his flesh removed in order for him to receive his first Strungball. Not long after he…
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Facts concerning the Late Arthur Jermyn and His Family By H. P. Lovecraft
The Statement of Randolph Carter Short story by H. P. Lovecraft 3.8/5 · Goodreads
By Percy Simple [H. P. Lovecraft]
Welcome to day 2 of 5 Days of Lovecraft!
Let's have five days of Lovecraft! Starting now, Examining the Odd will feature a Lovecraft story each day for five days.
Obviously we enjoy looking at the visual art of René Magritte, but he was a pretty wise talker too. Enjoy these quotes from one of the greatest surrealists. Don't worry, I'll stick some paintings in too 🙂 Art evokes the mystery without which the world would not exist. I despise my own past and that of … Continue reading Surreal Words from René Magritte