Review: Black Car Burning by Helen Mort.

Hello Book Lover, I have been familiar with Helen Mort's poetry for a few years now, I bought my brother-in-law her collection entitled 'Division Street' and he absolutely loved it. So, when 'Black Car Burning' popped up on my radar a few months ago after I saw several people rave about it on Twitter and… Continue reading Review: Black Car Burning by Helen Mort.

Review – Virtuous by Yelena Moskovich.

Hello Book Lover,When Martina from Midas put out a call for book bloggers to take part in the Dylan Thomas Long List Blog Tour which she was organising I jumped at the chance. My interest lay in a couple of the books featured on the long list; 'Virtuoso' which I am reviewing  today, as the… Continue reading Review – Virtuous by Yelena Moskovich.

Review: Europa28 Writing by Women on the Future of Europe. Edited by Sophie Hughes and Sarah Cleave.

Hello Book Lover, “A lake is the opposite of a boarder. When you look at a barbed fence, you think of death. When you look at a lake, you remember that we come from water, return to water and without water, we shrivel up – and then you think of eternity and want to make… Continue reading Review: Europa28 Writing by Women on the Future of Europe. Edited by Sophie Hughes and Sarah Cleave.

Review – Tender is the Flesh by Agustina Bazterrica. Translated by Sarah Moses.

Hello Book Lover, “Scavengers, Tanners, Stuffed Heads, Game Reserves, Special Meat.” Intrigued? You should be! ‘Tender is the Flesh’ was on my 'Ones to Watch in 2020' blog post (which you can read here - Ones to Watch in 2020. ). I read the synopsis in the Pushkin Press Catalogue and thought it sounded really intriguing.… Continue reading Review – Tender is the Flesh by Agustina Bazterrica. Translated by Sarah Moses.