The Food of Love, by Anthony Capella

This is the perfect travel book for reading at airports and on planes. It’s super light in content, with no long lists of names to remember or complex plots to do battle with when your brain is on the verge of jetlag-induced mush. It is pure fluff. I rather enjoyed it: mostly because it’s set... Continue Reading →

The Bird Artist by Howard Norman

As a total “java junkie”, Fabian Vas is one mellow guy. Anyone capable of consuming thirty cups of coffee in a single night and keeping it all together, though, would have to have something very serious brewing just beneath the surface. From the outset, the reader is informed of two important details concerning Vas. The... Continue Reading →

The Museum Guard by Howard Norman

Unlike Fabian Vas of The Bird Artist, DeFoe Russet doesn’t “chill” with the assistance of copious amounts of coffee. For Russet, the methodical task of ironing is how he manages to keeps it all together - gathering his thoughts and calming the nerves. Thankfully for Russet, he lives at the Hotel Nelson, which means there... Continue Reading →

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