50 words written for the ‘gotham writers’ competition.
To be blunt and simple, it is once again a book that is in an epistolary format which personally gives me an instant feel of dissatisfaction whilst reading. I was aware of this before I bought the book, but something dragged me to the spot that it stood in Barnes & Noble. Four stars on Goodreads… […]
Libreria Acqua Alta, translated into Italian as ‘water tall bookcase’ is an incredible bookstore in the heart of Venice that is truly bursting with personality. Everywhere you look there are stacks upon stacks of books of every shape and size, fiction and non-fiction. As well as a vast amount of character, a large gondola sits in […]
Kunsthaus, in Zurich, is one of the most impressive art galleries I have ever visited. It has a brilliant collection of modern art, such as pieces from Chagall, as well as other famous artists such as Picasso. What the Kunsthaus is most famous for, is the large Monets that it contains. Vincent Van Gogh is […]
Gullfoss, an extraordinary sight that is part of Iceland’s most famous tourist attraction, the golden circle is actually two waterfalls at different heights that run into one gorgeous gorge. Most recognised as the waterfall at the start of the movie ‘Prometheus’ it is definitely something that you cannot miss during a visit to Iceland. The […]
Catcher In The Rye by J.D Salinger is an eye-opening story of a boy who seems to be lost. Within this appears to be a simply written book, there are a lot of different dimensions. Holden Caulfield, the portrayer of the story is almost going through a sort of mid-life crisis, even though he is […]