Book Review: The Dane Law: The Atheling Chronicle 2 – Uneasy lies the head that wears the crown

The English countryside in the haying month was a sight to lift the downhearted. Gentle winds brushed the tall grasses of cultivated fields and wild marshlands, rippling them with sea-like waves of green. The darker hues of oak and beech on the rolling landscape gave balance in color and form, while winding rivers and brooks... Continue Reading →

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Book Review: The Silence of Knowing – Zee Germans Are Coming

"We had a mystery in our lives - our father - and it was thrilling. Nobody but Mum knew anything about him, not even Gran and Granddad, so we knew he must have been a war hero, probably a spy. All Mum would tell us was that he had had to go away to another... Continue Reading →

The Reboot Fallacy: Why Every Film is a Remake

We forget, within a modern societal structure, that the propagation of culture isย often achieved through re-enactment or retelling. When oral tradition was the dominant social form, prior to the written word, the most famous, most important and the most socially relevant stories or mythologies were the ones being retold at festivals, around campfires and as... Continue Reading →

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