Dragon’s Read: Capel Bells by Joan Hessayon

April 20, 2017

Gently, he forced her to open her mouth and thrust his tongue inside while holding her so close she couldn’t push him away. After a second or two, she seemed to take the course of least resistance, not objecting, yet not encouraging… Suddenly, she gave in and kissed him back clasping around the neck with […]

Dragon’s Read: “The London Market Guide” by Andrew Kershman

March 16, 2017

This book dwells on the shelves of many museums’ souvenir shops. I often would pick it up and look through the pages, trying to recognise what I have seen, compare with my vision. When I eventually bought it – I was not disappointed. I picked this book because I knew the author would have to […]

Dragon’s Read: “Walk the Lines” by Mark Mason

February 17, 2017

A diary of walks that cover all of the capital’s Underground lines. An “ultimate walk that would comprehensively capture the capital”, as author himself puts it. A journey through the city, a journey within yourself. Wouldn’t it sound like a great idea? I picked this book because I knew the author would have to touch […]