Tag Archive: death

Review: Life After Life- Kate Atkinson

“What if we had a chance to do it again and again, until we finally did get it right? Wouldn’t that be wonderful?” Fate, second chances and rebirth are just some of the… Continue reading

Top Ten: Families you wouldn’t want to spend Christmas with

I found this one quite hard actually! My mind went blank when I had to think of literary families I don’t find too pleasant, so I’d be happy to read any suggestions.  … Continue reading

Mad About the Boy- or mad about killing off Mark Darcy?

Mr Darcy is one of the most famous and well-known characters in the canon of English literature. Stepping from the pages of Jane Austen’s beloved Pride and Prejudice, we love him for his… Continue reading

Review: Tigers in Red Weather- Liza Klaussmann

Well it’s been a while since I last wrote a post, I’ve been so unbelievably busy that I haven’t had the time to sit down and write. It’s been a hectic few weeks- especially… Continue reading

Review: The Stranger’s Child- Alan Hollinghurst

                                                                                 The Stranger’s Child is a beautiful piece of writing full of elegance and seduction, unsurprisingly charming countless of readers and reaching the number one bestseller spot. Cecil Valance is a Cambridge undergraduate and poet, who… Continue reading

Review: The Woman in Black- Susan Hill

As usual whenever I see the advert for a film that looks amazing I rush out to buy the book and read that first. The Woman in Black by Susan Hill is a gripping,… Continue reading