Five years ago, Damiskos’s brilliant military career was cut short, leaving him with a permanent disability and scars that are not all physical. Adrift and still grieving, he tries to find meaning in an unsatisfying job. Work takes him to the remote seaside villa of an old friend, where, among ... more >
Sleep. Memory. Pleasure. Fear. Language. We experience these things every day, but how do our brains create them? Your Brain, Explained is a personal tour around your gray matter. Neuroscientist Marc Dingman gives you a crash course in how your brain works and explains the latest research on the brain ... more >
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Way back in 2010, when I reviewed my first Elizabeth Gaskell book, Cranford, a few commenters urged me to read Wives and Daughters. I can’t quite explain why it’s taken me quite so long to actually pick the book up, but recently when I read and reviewed Ruth, someone again ... more >
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Dear Contributors, I was intrigued by the premise of this anthology – fairy and folk tale re-imaginings in a dieselpunk or decopunk setting and decided to pick up the ebook for review knowing little more than that. As the blurb tells readers: “Dieselpunk and decopunk are alternative history re-imaginings of ... more >