The Ocean at the End of the Lane – Neil Gaiman

It was my first book by Neil Gaiman and I enjoyed it. I do think it is aimed at a bit younger reader, because it sometimes is a bit naive, but enjoyable read nonetheless. An unnamed man comes back to his hometown for a funeral and on impulse revisits places from his childhood rediscovering events …

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April round-up

April didn't necessarily bring spring to London, but it certainly did to Madrid, where I spent a wonderful weekend. Reading-wise the month started so well that in the last week I decided to finally tackle It by Stephen King, at almost 1400 pages it is a bit intimidating book. Luckily I have it on my Kindle, …

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