I was so absorbed in The Town Talks, I had forgotten I was reading a short story until I reached the final page. The title ties perfectly into the story too. The writing was superb. I’m interested in families and their dynamics, always unique, and The Town Talks had the characters written well. Both the … Continue reading Short Story Review. The Town Talks by Isabelle Kenyon.
repost of a review I wrote way back
Hello. Hope you’re ok. I spent a good chunk of time trying to find one of my favourite reads from my childhood last week and, after finding it, I went on to find other books that unlocked memories. I was born in 1995, not a time of great diversity in publishing if we’re looking at … Continue reading Going back to the early 2000’s. What I read as a child.
Book Review of My Name is Why by Lemn Sissay
Dry by Augustin Burroughs Published by Atlantic Books 4/5 I think I prefer that second cover. Dry is the story of Augustin, of his drinking which isn’t a problem, of entering rehab at the request of his employers, and then navigating life on the outside: sober. I highlighted this part - when Augustin began to … Continue reading My Thoughts on Two Non-Fiction reads