I recently finished Stoner by John Williams. It’s a very linear narrative about a man lives in the first half of the 20th century. I listened to it as an audiobook so for most of the time, this book felt like a simple story and it didn’t have much behind it. But about 2/3rd of the way through the book, I started to find interesting bits about the characters, the way life was in the 1920s and 1930s. Time passed at a weird pace within the book, some years were shortly reviewed and others were important years within the book. And at the end of the book, I felt like I knew a simple man with a lot of conflicting feels left undiscovered.
This post was written in 2018 and has been sitting in my Drafts for over 3 years. I decided to write this after realizing it’s going to get deleted if I don’t get to it. When I discover new music, I love to go the extra few steps
I was recently reading about an event that shaped the future in which I live in and was born in. A hundred years ago, what is currently India was occupied by the British crown and producing the highest amounts of tea and other resources for the crown. I am not
This is not a game review but more of a collection of thoughts about a game in a very subjective and personal way. This contains spoilers about the game! For this past Christmas, Kristen surprised me with an Xbox One X and I also got The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt