How to Talk to Girls at Parties by Neil Gaiman My rating: 4 of 5 stars I liked the original short story a lot. Specially when Triolet explains those ideas about poem/ poetry and patterns. When I grabbed this graphic novel, was wondering about those parts, how they’re gonna put those in pictures? But Moon and Ba proved themselves awesome, again. The story, in short, felt a bit rushed in, but it still has the original essence, with those strange colours and line art. And again, who ain’t gonna love Neil Gaiman? Anyone? Nobody. View all my reviews
William Trevor I still remember the very first time I put on glasses. Until then, for some time, I used to press my eyes, to see the speed signs properly on the road. While I was reading a book, sometimes I used to bring it too close to my eyes without even knowing. So when I went to the doctor, he gave me these glasses. And after that I found out, the world around me was not as blurry as it seemed to be! William Trevor, is just like my new pair of glasses, with power. Reading Trevor means I could see more. Those small letters, printed on the pages are able to paint lives with thousand of colours. Using the same old humans of this same old earth, he tells us brand new stories. Happy birthday, dear maestro.