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Book Review: Sweet Sorrow // David Nicholls

Charlie Lewis recalls, with tenderness we all ought to reserve for our younger selves, the summer after he left school. 16-years-old, bored and unable to stand being in the house with his father, Charlie inadvertently joins a production of Romeo and Juliet in order to pursue a girl named Fran. I was completely blown away […]Read More

My Life in Books: Alicia Boukersi

Someone recently asked me if I still enjoy writing for fun, when I have to do so much of it for work. “Don’t you get bored of it?”, they pondered. Without even thinking about it, I nodded and laughed. Well, of course I do. The same goes for reading. Yes, sometimes I regard it as […]Read More