Reviews by SJ

Actas capitulares desde el 21 hasta el 25 de mayo de 1810 en Buenos Aires

by Anonymous

I don't know much about this title, but I love Buenos Aires. Also, the review system rocks.

Reviewed on 2008.03.01

The War of the Worlds

by H.G. Wells

Simply one of the best science fiction novels ever written with a satisfying and surprising ending, though modern readers will probably be aware of it already. Even if you are there is much to savour in this fine novel, not least a great sense of how people thought about science in the late Victorian era. A great book that stands the test of time and defined a genre.

Reviewed on 2006.03.27

The Call of Cthulhu

by H. P. Lovecraft

Perhaps the best known of Lovecrafts works The Call of Cthulhu is an excellent introduction to his unique style of horror. It has everything that makes his writing great; an unwitting witness drawn into madness, a mythos of creatures beyond human understanding and a great perspective. Without doubt a horror classic.

Reviewed on 2006.03.24

Metamorphosis

by Franz Kafka

I can't help but agree with Kurt on what's happening not just in Britain but across the pond. Metamorphosis is such a strange and perfect story that you are guaranteed to never forget it. An intellectual nightmare.

Reviewed on 2006.03.24

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