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Hannah Mary Rothschild – The Improbability of Love | Review

The Improbability of Love is an amazing mix of fiction, art, history, the life of a person intertwined in all of those with a splash of intrigue added to it. The author Hannah Mary Rothschild does an amazing job with … Continue reading

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Jean-Pierre Isbouts and Christopher Heath Brown – The Da Vinci Legacy: How a 16th Century Solitary Genius Became a Global Pop Icon | Review

On the 2nd of May this year we marked the 500th anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci’s death. Alas, it was only sensible to expect an avalanche of books about him and his work to come out this year. Being who … Continue reading

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Étienne Davodeau – The Cross-Eyed Mutt | Review

The Cross-Eyed Mutt is a graphic novel created by Étienne Davodeau. The name The Cross-Eyed Mutt is the name of a painting around which this graphic novel revolves around. The main character Fabian works at the Louvre as a guard … Continue reading

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Tiffany Reisz – The Red | Review

The Red is an erotica, romance novel by Tiffany Reisz. The Red follows a story od Mona Lisa St. James. It starts in medias res – Mona is in deep debt and on the verge of selling her art gallery … Continue reading

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