My rating: Kazuo Ishiguro never fails in making you scared out of your mind about the reliability of your memory! He’s like a modern-day Descartes! When We Were Orphans on the surface is a historical detective novel but between the pages deals heavily with memory, nostalgia and belonging. Ishiguro’s novel jumps around in time. From the ’30sContinue reading “Book Review: Kazuo Ishiguro // When We Were Orphans”
Forget Hamlet, Nutshell is here to take it’s place.
A Greek retelling worth your time.
My rating: Reading The Midnight Library feels like reading snippets of multitudes of books and coming away with a bunch of disjointed information. If Haig honed in his research and spent longer dealing with philosophical ideas it could have been a truly insightful book. Instead, it only remains a fun and unique read with awkward writing. FollowingContinue reading “Book Review: The Midnight Library // Matt Haig”
Rilke’s Letters to a Young Poet are just what an aspiring writer needs to read…
In her latest poetry anthology Margaret Atwood beautifully grapples with loss and grief
How McEwan’s Novel reflects a Saturday we can no longer have, and we become what his protagonist yearns to be.
A new philosophical argument is emerging…