Review: Do Not Say We Have Nothing

  My first impression of this book was that it was unreadable. However I am so glad I persevered because it was truly amazing. The Lesser Bohemians spans the first year of an Irish drama student in London, set in a period which resembles the 90s, who gets involved with an older man. The style […]

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Review: The Dark Circle

  My first impression of this book was that it was unreadable. However I am so glad I persevered because it was truly amazing. The Lesser Bohemians spans the first year of an Irish drama student in London, set in a period which resembles the 90s, who gets involved with an older man. The style […]

Review: Hag-Seed

  My first impression of this book was that it was unreadable. However I am so glad I persevered because it was truly amazing. The Lesser Bohemians spans the first year of an Irish drama student in London, set in a period which resembles the 90s, who gets involved with an older man. The style […]

Review: The Power

  feminist dystopian by a Margaret Atwood mentee, nominated for the Bailey's Prize. It almost sounds too good to be true. Well it isn't. The Power by Naomi Alderman is everything I wanted it to be. The book is simultaneously a deeply personal and epic exploration of the gender-power dynamic in the modern day.