The Strange & Ordinary's third recommended read is Hungarian masterpiece, The Door by Magda Szabó - a tale of the complex relationship between two women of different generations who rarely see eye to eye, yet who become inextricably linked in each other's lives.
The Strange & Ordinary Library presents its second recommended read, the weird and wonderful magical realist novel Goblin by Ever Dundas.
The Strange & Ordinary Library presents its first recommended read - The Call of the Undertow by Linda Cracknell, a quiet novel about trauma and grief told in taut, incisive prose.
This coming Monday the Strange & Ordinary Library will be opening its digital doors. Here's a brief introduction to what you can expect from these bookish posts. If you are a bibliophile in any way, shape or form, you’ll probably already know about most of the big new publishing releases, those novels and short story… Continue reading About the Strange & Ordinary Library
In which we explore Hungarian literature, Japanese cuisine, and a Steampunk saloon.