So you wake up from a dodgy night on the tiles and find your girlfriend’s missing. What happens next?
Enough said, really. (more…)
So I’ve been playing through a couple of games of late, and haven’t written anything about ’em. Time to rectify that. Strap in if you’re delighted by the second-hand thoughts of my gaming exploits. It’s fun, I assure you.
(It probably isn’t, but bear with me.)
Well, here we are. The end of the story. The last sprint to the finish. And as expected, there’s blood and boobs and, well, bullets.
And is it satisfying? How can I put this?
Mind you, that’s not necessarily unexpected, given the genre we’re knee-deep in the guts of. But still. (more…)
I must admit that prior to reading this book, I’d only known Stefan Zweig’s work through its influence on The Grand Budapest Hotel – which is a fairly enormous watering-down of his importance on my part.
Turns out Zweig’s writing is much more than just the inspiration for some lovely cinema. Journeys is a collection of the writer’s work, translated by Will Stone, spanning four decades, all of which specifically relate to travel.