Mike Rothschild is fully aware of the irony of him, of all people, being a reporter working on investigating QAnon.
An important nuance that is often left out of discussions about police brutality and bias is how those within the force can be affected as well.
The “three rooms” of the title don’t seem to develop her in any way, just provide a space for the bog standard nation-as-metaphor text dominating fiction at the moment.
If, after all the events of 2020, you still aren’t reading and learning about anti-racism, you’re doing something wrong.
To Talk About Kevin has lived in the UK for the better part of the 21st century, and Should We Stay or Should We Go shows she’s finally arrived at a British milestone: grumpiness.
Hmm. What to say about a book that has a killer concept but a so-so execution?
Despite his name, Francisco Garcia is a born-and-bred Londoner, but his name is also a reminder of the legacy he carries.
When was the last time a book punched you in the gut? Well, Assembly is about to be the next one.
As someone who loves English people very dearly, I think I’m qualified to say: all of you are emotionally repressed.
Growing up means learning an important but depressing lesson: the world hates teenage girls.