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Book Review: The Hours

Virginia Woolf, in the 1920s, is attempting to start a new novel which will become Mrs Dalloway. Laura Brown in the 1940s is a young wife and mother wanting to read her copy of Mrs Dalloway and in the 1990s, Clarissa Brown is putting the finishing touches on a party she is hosting for her friend that night, the friend that has nicknamed her 'Mrs Dalloway. All three women in The Hours have Mrs Dalloway in common. All three women are trapped. All three will let you into a day of their lives. That one day that makes up this novel will stay with you much longer. 

Book Review: Monstress Vol. 1: Awakening

Maiko Halfwolf is on a mission to discover her past and find out about this 'thing' that has taken up residence inside her that makes her do very bad things. Meanwhile, there is a raging war between humans and the arcanics (half-human, half-god), with the humans not behaving nicely and the arcanics desperate to survive the prejudiced world they live in. Evil witch cults, talking cats, half-fox children, a cat professor, a soul-destroying dark force and an angry young woman on a mission, What could go wrong? 

Book Review: Mrs. Dalloway

A quiet novel that packs a punch as you spend a day with Mrs Dalloway who is preparing for a party. The life she has lived, the mistakes she has made, the men and women she has loved are all revived through her recollections while a young solider grasps to find a thread of sanity to hold onto.