Review: Nasty Women

  I received this book as an advanced reader copy from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review; all opinions are my own.  Image from Amazon. 


Review: Dunbar

The latest installment of the Hogarth Shakespeare series is a captivating retelling of the tragedy of King Lear. However, Edward St Aubyn's version is a blockbuster thriller, with Lear becoming Henry Dunbar, a mass media mogul, who is confined to a care home by his Machiavellian eldest daughters. Brining the story up to date, Dunbar's madness has … Continue reading Review: Dunbar

Review: The Ministry of Utmost Happiness

Arundhati Roy's second novel has been long awaited, coming 20 years after her first. This highly anticipated book will have garnered high expectations from fans, and for me it didn't disappoint. This novel is expansive, exploring geographical issues surrounding Kashmir, the religious tensions in the region, ideas of revolution, gender identity, and identity politics in … Continue reading Review: The Ministry of Utmost Happiness