Satrapi, Marjane

Persepolis 2 by Marjane Satrapi

I had Coraline and Persepolis 2 on my hands, and I reckon I’d have time to read only 1 before I leave Singapore. So I chose Persepolis 2, because it seemed to be shorter, and is also part of a series. I really love the first one. In the second Persepolis, it tells the story […]

Nabokov, Vladimir

Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov

A conversation with a friend a while back: Me: I try to read more classics, but some classics I would just never read. Friend: Like what for example? M: Ooh.. Like Moby Dick.. F: Why? (He read Moby Dick at school and although it’s probably something he wouldn’t have picked up by himself, it wasn’t […]


Bye Dewey

Just read a shocking news from Dewey’s website: The Hidden Side of Leaf. She passed away. The husband wrote. Apparently she’s been unwell for a while. I just realized that this is the first time that I experienced a blogger’s death that affected me. As in, I’m truly sad to hear it, and in shock. […]