Three Women’s a testament to the sexual restrictions of women…
There is noting more numbing than Murakami’s writing…
An insight into the harrowing life of women….
Naoise Dolan’s Exciting Times is not an exciting time!
The Edible Woman is Atwood’s take on symbolic cannibalism…
Alice Oseman restores dignity to fangirls which white men in the music industry has stripped them of for years in I Was Born for This
My rating: There is something strangely light and refreshing about reading a book from an elderly perspective, even if it is packed with murder! Richard Osmand’s debut novel The Thursday Murder Club is full of surprises, red herrings and leading you down all the wrong tracks. But the surprises are not just about murder, the characters andContinue reading “Book Review: Richard Osmand // The Thursday Murder Club”
Baldwin breaks out of the room of Black writer only writing Black characters and shows readers how easier it is to do.
Amsterdam wasn’t received well when it won the 1998 Booker Prize, but maybe that was because toxic masculinity was still alive and thriving and men didn’t like being exposed like that!
Asexuality, desperation and Western references – what does Murakami have to say?