Thursday, 14 May 2015

THE STRANGE CASE OF DR JECKYLL AND MR HYDE – Robert Louis Stevenson, 1886

Fantastic! A book I haven’t read for years, plucked of the shelf and thoroughly enjoyed, even more than the first time I read it.
I think that, sometimes, we take the most obvious works of art for granted. We overlook them because they become familiar.
But we should pay them the respect they deserve.
This is meticulously plotted and brought to a magnificent conclusion.

Dark streets, dark minds, dark souls. 

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