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Normal people didn't wast their days reading about other people's misfortunes. Normal people didn't take a gross sort of pleasure in keeping up with local crime statistics. Normal people didn't walk the dog in a robe. Normal people don't act like Maggie. What happens to a marriage when resentment sneaks in and its limits are … Continue reading Book Review: Listen To Me by Hannah Pittard
Fascinating stuff, radio. Glorious being in on the ground floor, as it were, isn't it? Maybe we'll get to see how far it can go. Radio Girls by Sarah-Jane Stratford follows two women, Maisie Musgrave and Hilda Matheson, as they attempt to assert their right to contribute in the male dominated field of broadcast journalism. … Continue reading Book Review: Radio Girls by Sarah-Jane Stratford
How do we know when something is menacing? What cues us that something is not innocent? Instinct always trumps reason. Iain Reid takes readers on an enigmatic journey through back country roads and a desolate, deserted school in his debut fiction novel I'm Thinking of Ending Things Jake meets his girlfriend, our narrator, at a … Continue reading Book Review: I’m Thinking of Ending Things by Iain Reid
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