Book Review. I Who Have Never Known Men by Jacqueline Harpman.

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.

Book Review. Everything you ever Wanted by Luiza Sauma.

Iris – muddled family relations, a job she hates, depression she calls ‘the smog’, sex and drugs and alcohol and weekends all blurred into one. Then an offer appears. There is a new programme called Life on Nyx, a new planet but the snag is, you can never return. I was so intrigued by the … Continue reading Book Review. Everything you ever Wanted by Luiza Sauma.

Book Review. Moon Blink by Sadie Miller.

‘Actually,’ Patricia continued. ‘I think it might be easier if I show you.’ ‘She probably just wants to show us his photograph,’ Bill said logically. ‘I don’t know why you must always think something strange is going on, Anne. I’m sure there is a perfectly reasonable explanation.’ Patricia stood before them holding a mass of … Continue reading Book Review. Moon Blink by Sadie Miller.

Book Review. The Dreamers By Karen Thompson Walker.

‘A sleeping sickness – that’s what he keeps calling it. A strange sleeping sickness has broken out at the college.’The Dreamers By Karen Thompson Walker. The Dreamers is a frightening read, for it tells a story that seems very similar to what we have all experienced in the last 3 years with the pandemic. There … Continue reading Book Review. The Dreamers By Karen Thompson Walker.

Doctor Who Time Trips The Death Pit by A. L. Kennedy, Into the Nowhere by Jenny T. Colgan, and Keeping up with the Joneses by Nick Harkaway.

‘He made his way across the foyer towards her, half loping and half tiptoeing with a general air of being highly delighted to see everything around him including the dust on the broken grandfather clock. Bryony thought she’d never encountered anyone so remarkable in her life. She was right.’The Death Pit by A. L. Kennedy … Continue reading Doctor Who Time Trips The Death Pit by A. L. Kennedy, Into the Nowhere by Jenny T. Colgan, and Keeping up with the Joneses by Nick Harkaway.