• January Book Of The Month: Bunny

    Bunny by Mona Awad is one of the most memorable books I’ve had the pleasure of reading in recent months. You will be immersed in the book’s world of surreal, eccentric, dark academia. Bunny includes the topics of toxic and obsessive female friendships, confusion over sexuality, and imposter syndrome...
  • December Book Of The Month: Leaving Time

    Leaving Time by Jodi Picoult was published by Hodder & Stoughton in 2014. It is one of her less well-known books. Hannah Walton-Hughes discusses why this should not be the case, its complexity, endearing characters and edge-of-your-seat plot line....
  • August Book Of The Month: Piranesi

    Sharon Hsieh recommends Susanna Clarke's 2020 novel Piranesi. ...
  • Summer Reads Scrapbook

    With university in far off September, the lack of deadlines and exams makes summer the perfect opportunity to read for fun. Perhaps you remember those summer reading challenges at the local library and fancy reading again, or you’ve got space in your suitcase for a beach read. Whatever the...
  • Book Of The Month: March

    “Tampon commercial, detergent commercial, maxi pad commercial, windex commercial – you’d think all women do is clean and bleed.” TITLE: Gone Girl AUTHOR: Gillian Flynn GENRE: Thriller PUBLISHER: Orion Boks LTD PUBLISHED: 2013 PAGES: 460 WARNING: SUSPENSE AND SOME SERIOUS PSYCHO S*** Gone Girl is best known by its...