Beautiful, dark and twisted. This book truly caught me off guard and kept me on edge so often. What a wonderful reminder that you never quite know what’s going on under the surface of someone, and to be careful who you trust, even when it’s someone you’re literally very close to. Mark is madly (a […]
Set in an old folk’s community village, The Thursday Murder Club is a group of old age friends who like to delve into old police reports for fun…
Edward Cullen’s back and so once again we’re considering breaking up with our sub-par, despite-being-excellent, human counterparts.
The plot of this book is a hundred miles an hour! I stayed up until 2am dying to know what would happen next.
Rather like the many debates around Brexit mentioned in this unusual love story, when trying to decide if I enjoyed this book or not, I find myself sitting very much on the fence.
Despite being stereotyped as ‘loud’, Black women are still statistically the most invisible, overlooked people in modern society. This is a collection of 20 short essays written by young British Black women; incredible authors, artists, writers and public figures, sharing their unique thoughts and experiences. Writers include gay and trans Black women, which I feel […]
Well, I usually review books straight after I’ve finished them, but with this one I had to leave my mind ticking over for 24 hours, to make absolutely sure. And, yep: this is, hands down, my new favourite book. Not just of the year, but of all time. And that’s high praise indeed (if I […]
Hmm, a very painful and slow read for me. Not just because of the detailed gruesome hospital events, that was expected, but because of how cold the main character Sinéad was.
I must admit, I enjoyed Sheila Heti’s introduction even more than Woolf’s essay itself, so I highly recommend reading this marvellous match! I very much enjoyed the irony where Woolf critiqued the art of critiquing writing.