‘Welcome to Night Vale’: A Review

Originally published on Culture Shock. Welcome to Night Vale by Joseph Fink and Jeffrey Cranor Hardcover, 401 pages Published October 20th 2015 by Harper Perennial Rating 4 out of 5   One of the driving forces of the podcast Welcome to Night Vale, at least at the start, is the world’s ambiguity. While listening, you can’t really picture … More ‘Welcome to Night Vale’: A Review

‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’: A review

Full of energy and adrenaline, The Grand Budapest Hotel thrusts you into a ride that only Wes Anderson can create. The movie engulfs your senses and speeds through an adventure full of prison escapes, murders mysteries, love stories, military states, and of course refined hotel services. It’s true to Anderson’s signature style of wit, humor, … More ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’: A review

‘The Bloody Chamber and Other Stories’: A review

The Bloody Chamber and Other Stories by Angela Carter Paperback, 126 pages Published October 29th 1990 by Penguin Books (first published 1979) Rated 5 out of 5 Somewhere deep inside your mind, hiding in the dark shadows of your thoughts, is a wild forest, thick and seemingly impenetrable, a forest that is found in the stories … More ‘The Bloody Chamber and Other Stories’: A review