Book Review: The Memories We Bury by H.A. Leuschel

Helene Leuschel very generously sent me her book in exchange for an honest review. This has not persuaded any contents in my review, therefore all opinions are my own. I hope you enjoy reading my thoughts. Morag is a lonely, elderly widow, who has her life changed when the young couple, Lizzie and Markus become … Continue reading Book Review: The Memories We Bury by H.A. Leuschel

Book Review: Mr Palomar by Italo Calvino

We follow the complex thoughts, observations and contemplations of Mr Palomar through his life. The omniscient narration divides Mr Palomar's thoughts in a group of 27 vignette's, exploring visual experiences, meditations and culture. Although there isn't a definitive storyline, Calvino offers a great, thoughtful character of Mr Palomar and through reading his detailed observations provide … Continue reading Book Review: Mr Palomar by Italo Calvino

Theatre Review: The History Boys

*I attended the play 13th February 2020 at The Wolverhampton Grand Theatre* The performance of Alan Bennett’s play ‘The History Boys’ ran at the Wolverhampton Grand Theatre for two weeks (7th – 22nd February 2020). The play follows a group of bright sixth-form history students, aspiring to Oxbridge while facing the pubescent challenges of boyhood … Continue reading Theatre Review: The History Boys