The Great Battle: Ebook vs. Paperbook

We’ve reached the big epic battle. Modern or classic? We all have that one friend that bought the first ebook that came to life, which to be honest, it wasn’t the best thing on earth. We all saw the first ones, quite rustic and not very easy to use. You had to fight with buttons that were there God knows why, and then be extremely patient for the page to change to the next. Not to mention that the first ebooks didn’t have a lot of books to put in. We all had that skeptical first impression that didn’t quite convince us.

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Old school ghost stories are back – Review of Asylum, by Madeleine Roux

Madeleine Roux is a New York Times bestselling author of Asylum, the book I’m here to review today. She has won the “Teen Indie Next List Pick” for her first book published in eleven countries. She graduated in the writing program at the Beloit College. Other published books of the same author are Sanctum, Catacomb, House of Furies and Court of Shadows. She will publish Tomb of Ancients in 2019. Madeleine now lives in Seattle.

 

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Silence

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Shh… Silence. Don’t say anything. Close your eyes and enjoy.

Let yourself get wet by the water drops. Listen how the tree protects you from getting too wet. Listen to how the leaves receive the drops with a subtle noise that turns into a relaxing sound for your ears. Raise your hand and let the water wet it, let it get cold for the subtle wind that sneaks between your fingers.

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