Book Review: Inferno by Catherine Cho

I have just finished an incredible biography by Catherine Cho.  It is about her experience of postpartum psychosis, which affected her almost 100 days after she had given birth.  Her Korean heritage offers a tradition where mother’s keep their babies inside for the first 100 days to keep them safe…

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Book Review: Glass Town

Book Review: Glass Town

I had a bit of an unusual reading experience with Glass Town.  I bought it on impulse when I spied it in Waterstones recently, … View Post
Book Review: Sorry I’m Late, I Didn’t Want to Come

Book Review: Sorry I’m Late, I Didn’t Want to Come

I first heard about Jessica Pan’s book just recently, when she spoke to Emma Gannon on one of my favourite podcasts, Ctrl Alt … View Post
Book Review: Wed Wabbit by Lissa Evans

Book Review: Wed Wabbit by Lissa Evans

I recently read Wed Wabbit with my book club, and I have to say that it made me question why I don’t pick … View Post
Book Review: Convenience Store Woman by Sayaka Murata

Book Review: Convenience Store Woman by Sayaka Murata

I read a fascinating book recently, a short novel by Japanese writer Sayaka Murata called Convenience Store Woman.  The cover is what initially captivated … View Post
Book Review: Poppy Field by Michael Morpurgo

Book Review: Poppy Field by Michael Morpurgo

Poppy Field is an illustrated work of fiction by the famous Michael Morpurgo celebrating the significance of the poppy for a French family across … View Post
Book Review: Women in Battle

Book Review: Women in Battle

Despite it being labelled as a book for children, Women in Battle caught my eye not only because of its stunning illustrated cover, but … View Post