Mystery, Noir, Philosophy

Dead Is Beautiful by Perry

Rose and her human, Charles Stone, are back in Jo Perry’s newest release, Dead Is Beautiful. Both Rose, a sweetly soulful and silently wise dog, and Charles, a large man who never amounted to much more than a disappointment, are dead and stuck in the empty space between realms. When Rose is threatened by a… Continue reading Dead Is Beautiful by Perry

Classic, Fantasy-Horror-Gothic, Philosophy

Frankenstein by Shelley

Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus was first published on January 1st, 1818. The novel is an expanded version of a short tale that was the result of a ghost story contest proposed by Lord Byron while on holiday in 1816. The edition most read by a modern audience is the heavily revised version… Continue reading Frankenstein by Shelley

Classic, Literary Fiction, Philosophy

Le Petit Prince by Saint Exupéry

Antoine de Saint Exupéry’s most beloved tale, Le Petit Prince, was first published in 1943 and to this day remains one of the best-selling books of all time. This deceptively simple book is filled with charming drawings, but the story’s keen insight into the human condition resonates with readers young and old. Daring, brave, philosophical,… Continue reading Le Petit Prince by Saint Exupéry