My rating: Sometimes I don’t see the point in reviewing classics but a contemporary perspective is always useful. Agnes Grey by Anne Brontë contains very similar themes to her sisters. Nonetheless, her penmanship is enticing and unique. Agnes Grey is the title character and narrator. Her father becomes depressed and she wants to help out financially. She usesContinue reading “Book Review: Anne Brontë // Agnes Grey”
‘Starting Line’ is Hemming’s introspective on the nearly past decade with his band. An exploration of his fears, identity and what he is hoping to gain in his life.