If you were waiting patiently for a fully formed time machine, then you can look no further than right here – Kate Weston’s Diary of a Confused Feminist has got you covered.
As climate disasters poise to threaten 2020s manmade order and changes in ethical responsibilities alter manufacturing standards, there is more than one lesson that can be learnt from Bramacharia’s “fictionalised” future.
Chronicling the tribulations of anti-heroine Becky Sharp, The Rise and Fall of Becky Sharp, provides a lighthearted insight into the world of fame and fortune. Sometimes the odds are in your favour; sometimes they are not, yet, everyone must learn the tricks of the trade to survive.
Discussing the ripple effects of scientific discovery, Brown whisks us away on a fast-paced tour of conflicted Catholic Spain, and probes us into asking those age-old (and terrifying) questions; ‘Where do we come from?’ and ‘Where are we going?’
It is with little shame that I admit to reading chick-lit. When you are a woman whose greatest lovers were Ben and Jerry’s growing up, one becomes…… Read more “Review: The Break”
The phrase ‘Once upon a time’ is one that is ingrained in my childhood as firmly as ‘You’re going to miss the cartoons!’ and ‘No throwing balls…… Read more “Book Review: The Bear and the Nightingale”
The onslaught of exam stress (feat tears and spots) has meant that my first blog post is well overdue. As a matter of fact, you don't have… Read more "Review: Cat Cafe, Manchester NQ"