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'Into That Darkness' Review

This post is a review of the stage adaptation of Gitta Sereny’s book, ‘Into that Darkness’ at the Citizens Theatre, adapted for theatre by Robert David MacDonald. 725 more words


The Seeing


Author – Diana Hendry

Age – 12+

Told in three viewpoints – Lizzie 1st person, past tense
Natalie – Diary format
Hugo – letters to his sister Helena… 90 more words


Island living

Okay, so I have a little bit of time to kill until the rest of my travel party rejoin me after I ditched to have a nap (I am severely unskilled at staying awake for the majority of the day) so I figured I would do a post about island life and what it is actually like to live in Jersey. 1,094 more words


Nazi Muff-Diving: It Could've Happened Here

Memorial Day weekend marks the traditional start of summer, and with it beach reading. An unexpected by-product of summer’s lower intellectual standards is that one’s literary risk-reward ratio expands exponentially, the way pole vaulting records were shattered by quantum leaps when athletes abandoned aluminum poles for fiberglass. 869 more words



“The power and the certainty of being able to use force without any resistance are the sweetest and most noxious poison that can be introduced into any government” 10 more words


Henryk M. Broder hat endlich seine Tochter Hanna Rebecca anerkannt

Das Leben neigt sich dem Ende zu – Zeit also, um so einige Dinge in Ordnung zu bringen. Das dachte sich unser vergreister Schmerbauch Henryk M. 573 more words