New Book Review: Norwegian Wood by Haruki Murakami

Murakami writes with such poetry and enticing perversity in this tonally sombre book, published in 1987 by Kodansha. Toru Watanabe, the protagonist, hears the song Norwegian Wood by the Beatles aboard a flight and is instantly transported back to his disillusioned youth after his best friend, Kizuki committed suicide leaving Toru and Kizuki's girlfriend, Naoko... Continue Reading →

New Book Review: Little Fires Everywhere

The award winning Little Fires Everywhere was written by American novelist Celeste Ng and published in 2017 by Perigee Books. This New York Times bestseller has received a wealth of praise and is set to become a TV series adaptation later this year. This deeply thought-provoking read is sure to render you emotionally invested in... Continue Reading →

Books Galore

Is anyone else's reading list growing faster than they can keep up with? Or is that just me? It's a bit like being in a workplace environment where the tasks you have to complete keep building up mounting more pressure on your already stressful day only it's not work, it's not anything like sitting in... Continue Reading →

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