Struan Robertson, a 17-year-old Scot experienced beyond his years, has a problem: no one he knows has ever come back from London.
It’s 1989. Struan is encouraged by his Higher English teacher, Mr. 398 more words
Yes, yes, I know. We really don’t need more books to add to our never ending, always growing TBR list, but here are some I am super excited to see show up at the library since my ARC requests have become less and less. 859 more words
In 2014 I used capital letters a lot. Mainly for exciting things like this:
And then 2015 came along. Having been joyfully counting down the days to 26th February (when my debut launches), I suddenly got THE FEAR. 754 more words
Just like a person’s memories are ‘snatches of time’ not in chronological order, so too is “In a vertigo of silence”. Written as the collective memory of a family, the novel moves back and forth in time to reveal snatches of the lives of three different generations of a Polish immigrant family. 541 more words