40 women locked inside a cage are watched over by guards. There is one young girl amongst the women, who learns to think and question the reality of their lives. An event occurs, the guards vanish, and fortune favours the women in this cage, as theirs happened to have been in the process of being … Continue reading Book Review. I Who Have Never Known Men by Jacqueline Harpman.
This book started well. Love the year it's in and the setting. It felt like a good beginning to a fantasy novel. It kind of felt like The Borrowers or something. Then it went on and didn't really go anywhere, it faded and i was disappointed because i really liked the opening chapters and the … Continue reading My thoughts on the finding of Martha Lost by Caroline Wallace
Glimmerglass Girl Holly Lyn Walrath Finishing Line Press Publisher / Amazon / BN / Book Depository / Indiebound A fantastical account of womanhood, Glimmerglass Girl contains 24 poems that each have their individual merits. The themes of womanhood emerge in reducing ourselves ‘she memorises little spaces she could hide in,' Performance ‘of his palm like … Continue reading Lunchtime Review. ‘Fantastical account of womanhood.’ Glimmerglass Girl by Holly Lyn Walrath. A Finishing Line Press book.
Doctor Who changed my life. I wasn’t an avid watcher when the iconic TV show returned in 2005, with Christopher Ecclestone as the time travelling Doctor, but t didn’t take me long to fall hard for the show though. One thing that the show taught me was that anything is possible, and that there is … Continue reading A Who Review & a little bit about one of my first loves.
As a child I am sure I read The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, countless times. As it was typical of me to seek out the other books in a series, I did that with The Chronicles of Narnia. I was disappointed and I was left wanting. I read, in one sitting, now an … Continue reading My thoughts on The Magician’s Nephew