In a network of lines that enlace

20-something Londoner with a tendency toward book ranting.

Page 103

Miss Peregrine's Home For Peculiar Children (Miss Peregrine, #1) - Ransom Riggs

Well...this is suspiciously similar to Austerlitz.


Very well written, and a pretty good story.


Shame the whole idea of the images has already been done superbly by Sebald. Both books are even focused on the Second World War.


Perhaps I'm thinking too much about this, but it's bothering me. It's a too similar style, and is therefore making me uncomfortable.



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Dangerous Women
George R.R. Martin, Gardner Dozois
Progress: 201/800 pages