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The Fall Of Camelot

Synopsys:Having lost a son and a lover, Morgan continues on her quest to destroy King Arthur. With Guinevere on the scene, she is patient and cunning and plants the seeds of jealousy. But Mordred, Arthur’s illegitimate child, who has the dark powers of the Otherworld, is also restless for his father’s crown. The mighty Camelot

Movie Review: Wuthering Heights (1939)

Although hailed as the best rendition of the classic Bronte novel, Wuthering Heights 1939 left me wanting for more. Not that I should have expected it. My main problem with this movie is how tame it is compared to the novel. Audiences in 1939 probably didn’t want to see the extent of Heathcliff’s cruelty, but

Book Reviews: The Emotionally Sensitive Person, Writing Great Books For Young Adults, The Little Book Of Big PR, & The Little Red Book Of PR Wisdom

Hello everyone, ready for today’s reviews? I have four for you today. Here we go: The Emotionally Sensitive Person: Finding Peace When Your Emotions Overwhelm You by Karyn D. Hall PhDDo you experience things more intensely than those around you? Can you feel other people’s pain or joy? Are you easily overwhelmed by your emotions?

Book Reviews: Centuries Of Change, The French Executioner, My Days With Princess Grace Of Monaco, & Ellis Island

Hello everyone, today I’m reviewing four history books, including one for children, and a novel with fantastical elements. Here we go: Centuries of Change: Which Century Saw The Most Change? by Ian Mortimer Which century saw the most change? The answer seems obvious. Pretty much all of us would answer the 20th, without giving it