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Book Review: Neverwhere

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Clifton Azzopardi reviews Neil Gaiman’s Neverwhere

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Book review: Eat, Pray, Love

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Sarah Borg reviews Elizabeth Gilbert’s best-selling memoir Continue reading

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The best-selling Maltese fantasy trilogy will travel from the written pages to the big screen

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Gabriel Schembri on the ‘Is-Saltna tal-Fiddien’ trilogy, its forthcoming cinematic adaptation, and an interview with one of the authors Continue reading

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Book Review: Room, by Emma Donoghue

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There comes a day every one or two months where I can barely read, exercise or pursue my interests due to an arresting migraine. Accordingly, on such dreaded days, I must keep myself in bed, in the dark, being overwhelmed by suppressed thoughts that often plunge me into a harrowing mood. A few days ago, I was experiencing one such terrible day but instead of sleeping my way through it, I defied my migraine and prescribed myself Room, the novel by Emma Donoghue, since I felt I had to be physically restricted and hindered from any form of escapism to read her novel.
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The Twilight Saga

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Isabelle Sammut takes a look at the popular Twilight saga, and explains what all the fuss is about

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The Unconsoled – Kazuo Ishiguro

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In his 1997 novel, Kazuo Ishiguro dislodges the reader from the familiar and the accepted. The Unconsoled presents what can only be described as a mirror maze trapped in a vacuum of its own making. Throbbing with dark tones of hollow despair, it is not a light novel, nor should it be read lightly.

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