A new novel by Joanne Harris was released in February. Here’s the OLS:
Academic retelling of Norse legend revolving around Loki the Trickster, spattered with many modern colloquialisms and sparse descriptions. The guardian reckons that it must be Harris’ Loki who rules the world we live in now.
From the length of time that it took me too get through this monster of a book and this post I wrote about getting stuck in a book (as opposed to getting stuck into one) you might guess how I feel about this book. In the end I stuck with it and was as disappointed by it as I expected (although slightly satisfied by being proven right about it). Continue reading “‘The Mists of Avalon’ – Marion Zimmer Bradley (1983)| The Notes”
Apologies for the brevity of this post. I’m using the fact that I am attending a funeral to excuse a short post and to inspire a throwback Thursday type situation in the form of The Misfits. Whilst all of their music classifies as a not-so-guilty pleasure of mine (especially Helena..obviously), this song seemed appropriate.
In which I find a fitting song for every day of the week.
Continue reading “If The Week Had a Soundtrack…#3”
Sisters, suitors, songs (oh the songs!), Sven, a secret, and a summer-loving snowman.