Eileen review

  Shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize 2016, Eileen by Ottessa Moshfegh is a striking and ingenious work, and one which expertly subverts readers’ expectations and preconceptions until the final page is turned. Intrigued by its nomination, and by the blurb’s promise of unexpected and wild criminality, I decided to give this wonderfully strange novel […]

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The Brudda Pon di Glass

We all know how it is. You are accepted into Oxford and you cannot quite believe it! That magic, academic world with its dreaming spires, autumnal leaves and stony fortresses that you aspired to be in is now your home. It is easy to become indifferent, however, with the wonderful opportunity that Oxford has to […]

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