Hmm. What to say about a book that has a killer concept but a so-so execution?
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.
My first ‘big’ college reunion will be coming up next year, and it has me thinking about how much I have, or haven’t, changed in the five years since graduation.
In the end, Snowflake is an interesting book, but one that sadly might feed into the millennial stereotype that we take ourselves way too seriously.
1,200 calories a day is enough for a toddler, or a dog.
4/5 stars We’ve been thinking a lot lately about the effects of confinement lately, and again I find myself returning to the British boarding school book trope–there’s something weirdly cozy about it. But The Divines looks not just at the concept of the institution, but the lingering trauma it can impose. Josephine is a studentContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: The Divines by Ellie Eaton”
Fake Accounts attempts to capture that era of panic and fear after Trump’s election, but unfortunately, it’s a narrative that starts to lose itself in what sort of story it wants to tell.
Everyone seems to have an Eleanor Walsh in their life.
The mythology of boarding schools looms large in the collective psyche