This is a water bottle that was emptied and closed at an altitude of 32000 feet. (I might be completely wrong about this, I’m not good at remembering numbers. Let’s… Read more Under Pressure →
So… here we are: The Dominican Republic. Looks like Greece only with more water. Yesterday was a day full of ups and downs, and if I say that I mean… Read more In the Dominican Republic, Part 1 →
First of all: Yes, I know, I am much funnier when I dislike stuff. Everyone is. And: Yes, I promise to read something crappy next. (Chances are good; I’m currently… Read more The Lions of Al-Rassan →
Note: Jonas and I are playing this game together, even though it’s a single-player game. You can read his review here. Besides reading a lot and going to the movies… Read more Divinity II: Ego Draconis →
Oh, yes. Sorry. Got a bit carried away there. Where was I? Barnacle Bill. My Lucius Shepard experience so far has mostly been limited to short stories, and of those… Read more And what about Barnacle Bill? →
… I read up a few things about Lucius Shepard, the author of Barnacle Bill the Spacer and half a dozen other books that I absolutely adore. I very much adore Lucius Shepard. I adore his writing. I adore the way he describes places and I absoluetly adore his gift for setting the mood. I also adore his political and religious views. I short, Lucius Shepard is God. At least I thought so before I started reading his blog in order to get a few nice juicy quotes for this… Read more This was going to be a post about Barnacle Bill the Spacer but then… →
I recently finished reading the short story collection Lythande by Marion Zimmer Bradley. In my youth, back in the days when I was still reading books in German, I read… Read more Lythande →
… slightly overcast with a high chance of rain. Temperatures in the low thirties (yes, that’s centigrade). 95% chance of your skin turning into industrial glue.