“Love isn’t just wanting another person the way you want to own an object you see in a store. That’s just desire. You want to have it around, take it home and set it up somewhere in the apartment like a lamp.” Popular television host and genetically engineered singer, Jason Taverner, wakes up in a […]
I’m on a bit of a US politics bender at the moment. And with the political intrigue floating around Donald Trump at the moment, there’s a queue of books being released to satisfy my reading desires. The most recent of these books is ‘Fear’ (Trump in the White House) by journolist, Bob Woodward. So, here […]
Today I came across a rich seam of John Wyndham novels tucked away in an old wooden fruit box underneath one of the shelves. Eight classics of British sci-fi, just sitting there. It doesn’t happen very often, but just occasionally my reading tastes align with those of a deceased science-fiction compatriot whose collection of books isn’t recognised for its true value by their relatives, and the stack of books is dumped at the second hand book shop. I call those days, “Pay Day”.
I’ve just read…Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie.