You’ll read some vindictive, spicy  and sensible lines from Vendetta, which you may use later in your own dramatic life. “Beauty? Mere food for worms—I care not for it! Of what avail is a fair body tenanted by a fiendish soul? Forgiveness?—you ask too late! A wrong like mine can never be forgiven.” – Fabio (or Cesare) […]

On Board the Nautilus

I forgot to be amazed. I’m sure that’s the reason I get bored. But on board Nautilus, who can ever know ennui? Not me, probably. My daily commute is spiced up by Jules Verne’s company.  Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea, translated from French Vingt mille lieues sous les mers always overwhelms me with indescribable pleasure. […]

The Story of Edgar Sawtelle

Here I decided to merge my impressions of the book, “The Story of Edgar Sawtelle.” WHILE READING Despite his silence, Edgar proved to be a great companion. As opaque as a rock, he never ceased to be interesting. I’ve always been drawn to quiet people. You know that saying, “Still waters run deep but shallow waters are noisy.” […]