Adam Johnson, The Orphan Master’s Son, 2012, 443p
Welp, this is a book that really messes with your sense of reality.
Would I have ever read this on my own? 251 more words
I read this Observer column of Victoria Coren-Mitchell and couldn’t agree more. I do not know Adam Johnson, nor am I familiar with this particular case, I am, however, with a different one. 628 more words
When I see blurbs from reviews on novels I generally take them with a grain of salt, – unless the reviewer is either an author I love or Michiko Kakutani – but I cannot help but be amused or sometimes annoyed by them, particularly when they are one word. 1,467 more words
By Anna Riley
Celebrity penis sizes, bestiality, kidnapping and murders are among the variety of stories covered daily by a news agency journalist.
Danielle Whitfield, a Leeds Trinity University alumna, was yet to graduate when she started working at North News and Pictures, a Newcastle-based press agency. 291 more words