Tag Archives: Nonfiction

Caitlin Doughty answers: Will My Cat Eat My Eyeballs?

Since we are faced with the possibility of death, I decided to give in to this macabre ambiance! Therefore, I read Will My Cat Eat My Eyeballs?: Big Questions from Tiny Mortals about Death by Caitlin Doughty. It is by … Continue reading

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Violet Fenn – Sex and Sexuality in Victorian Britain | Review

Sex and Sexuality in Victorian Britain is a phenomenal piece of non-fiction written by Violet Fenn. As a true history junkie, I was beyond excited when I got approved to read this book! I was a bit suspicious that I … 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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Valerie Estelle Frankel – The Symbolism and Sources of Outlander: The Scottish Fairies, Folklore, Ballads, Magic and Meanings That Inspired the Series | Review

This amazing book was sent to me by the writer, Valerie Estelle Frankel, herself. I am a person who has not long ago delved into the Outlander series. I have read the first book and watched the first season of … Continue reading

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Damian Maher – This One Thing | Review

To start I would love to introduce you to the amazing reading experience I just had. When I started receiving books for review I always thought it would be just that, reading and writing a review. But with this book, … Continue reading

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Valerie Estelle Frankel – Sherlock: Every Canon Reference You May Have Missed in BBC’s Series 1-3 | Review

This book is simply amazing! Everything happening in the amazing TV show Sherlock is analyzed to the smallest details. I must admit I was expecting far less than I got, so I am very, very impressed with this book! If … Continue reading

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