A true vampire infestation!

Vampires! Vampires everywhere! Even in plays.... Valentine: The Quintessential Vampire by Peter Brammer is described as a Romantic Comedy Horror. Unfortunately it never achieves to be any of the three and can, at the most, be described as a cliché love story. This is really the Twilight of the plays. Although I did enjoy Meyer's work, you can…

“Glitter” and glamour: a life in Versailles.

Aprilynne Pike, Glitter, 367 p. +/- 2 days Short review: + good plot, surprising ending, interesting scene. - shallow characters, no emotional connection between character and reader. Long review (beware minor spoilers): Wilkie Collins work is going painstakingly slow, which isn't helped by the visit of my parents. So in the meantime I'm posting this review of Glitter, a…

New discoveries…

Hi everyone! First of all, today is the first day of school for Albus Potter!! Can you imagine it?! We finally are #19yearslater. Secondly, I went shopping today (I needed a birthday gift for my sister-in-law) and of course I couldn't resist the temptation of entering a bookshop. I didn't buy anything, mainly because I…