Perhaps an error in judgement, but I chose to read this book while on holiday in the Lake District, a mere week after the murder of Sabina Nessa in Greenwich, and during the week that Wayne Couzens was sentenced with…
My friend and I have decided to run a mini book club. She and I, both English teachers and English graduates, read a book at the same time, then discuss our thoughts afterwards. It’s a lovely distraction from social media.…
This book was sixth I read from the Uncorked Reading Challenge I’d set myself way back in December. The August entry was a book translated from Spanish, so I picked Like Water for Chocolate to read and review. It was…
Published in 1932, Stamboul Train by Graham Green is a fast paced, exciting novel which leaves you thinking about politics without realising it.
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