Tag: fiction

All Our Names by Dinai Mengestu

Which weren’t so many, after all

The Invisible Ones by Stef Penney

This one, I liked.

The Other Hand by Chris Cleave

A great read!

We need to talk about Kevin by Lionel Shriver

Another great read

The Behaviour of Moths by Poppy Adams

And the end wasn’t disappointing!

The Storyteller of Marrakesh by Joydeep Roy-Bhattacharya

I thought I’d like it. Then I read it.

Mutton by India Knight

Last week I finished this book. During the first two or three chapters, I thought it was great. I laughed at the quick sense of humour, I pondered on the issues – middle age, women wannabes, men, relationships – that were being presented and… Continue Reading “Mutton by India Knight”

Carry on, PG Wodehouse!

I have relapsed back into the marvellous world in which Jeeves and Bertie rule. What, ho? I really can’t remember when I started or when I stopped, I certainly know that my mother had a hand in it. At a certain point in my life – somewhere between… Continue Reading “Carry on, PG Wodehouse!”