Book Review — Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson

One of the most popular Gothic classics, Dr Jekyll & Mr. Hyde sets the mark for numerous psychological and literary studies. It is the story of a certain Mr. Hyde, cold and villainous who surfaces as a relative of the kind Dr. Jekyll, scientist extraordinaire. ¬†When two old friends of Dr. Jekyll’s – Mr. UttersonContinue reading “Book Review — Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson”

Book Review — The Ocean At The End Of The Lane by Neil Gaiman

This story takes us back to the narrator’s childhood days which were filled with horrors and revelations too mature for a 7 year old. As the eldest of two siblings, the narrator often found himself completely alone, and so would preoccupy himself with books. When a lodger commits suicide in his father’s car, a portalContinue reading “Book Review — The Ocean At The End Of The Lane by Neil Gaiman”

Book Review — The Selection Trilogy by Kiera Cass

I’m going to review the trilogy and not each book particularly cause there’s so much going on in each of them. In this New World Order tale, The Selection is every girl’s dream. Or atleast, almost everyone. America Singer was never one to swoon over the prince-to-be Maxon and his royal stature. Her feelings areContinue reading “Book Review — The Selection Trilogy by Kiera Cass”

Book Review – Scapemaker by Steve Cypert

Honestly, I wasn’t sure if I would actually be able to go through the entire book (initially). The first couple of chapters were a little slow paced for my liking. But I couldn’t be more glad for not putting it down. It has been one of my best reads in early 2013. The plot isContinue reading “Book Review – Scapemaker by Steve Cypert”