Babel (Or the Necessity of Violence: An Arcane History of the Oxford Translators’ Revolution) completely blew my mind away.
I read Babel a really long time ago, while I was knee deep in my dark academia phase, and it was utterly phenomenal. There’s no doubt that R.F. Kuang is a masterful storyteller, as clearly exhibited by The Poppy War trilogy ( which you should definitely read if you haven’t yet !!! ) but Babel took a completely different route than what I expected.
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*clears throat* As always, I find it a never-ending need to explain my absence from this blog, but rest assured this time I think I’m here to stay for good.
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Hi, Hello and welcome today I’m going to be reviewing the lunar chronicles series! This is like a 4 in 1 special so yay? But anyways I read this series a while ago knowing basically nothing about it, and I really enjoyed it! I do feel that there were a few flaws scattered throughout the series, hence this discussion post! anyways without further ado lets gO (also this is going to be very long.)
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