Quick disclaimer before we get into this: it is going to get weird. It is going to get next-level weird, my friends. Lock up your sense of morality. Leave normality behind. Embrace the weird (and the not so wonderful) story of Jean-Baptiste Grenouille in Perfume: the story of a murderer, because the only thing you … Continue reading Love is a Lie, by Patrick Süskind
Welcome to ‘London Below’. As a respectable member of ‘London Above’ (such as our protagonist Richard Mayhew), or whichever other city you hail from, you’ve probably never had the opportunity to visit London’s disused Underground network, or parkour your way into untenable roof tops.
As a fourteen year old reading The Picture of Dorian Gray for the first time, I think it’s safe to say that a lot of the veiled references to bedroom-eyes went over my head. Don't get me wrong, I knew Dorian was having an almost inhuman amount of sex and not a lot of it … Continue reading How to be beautiful, by Oscar Wilde