Mia Fulford reviews Netflix’s latest film adaptation ‘Rebecca’.
Sally Rooney’s novel beautifully depicts an imperfect love story set in Carricklea and Dublin, and the BBC’s new TV adaptation does not stray far from the delightful original. The story perplexes readers, forcing them to […]
November marks the start of the 28th Annual National Novel Writing Month. The National Novel Writing Month, often shortened to NaNoWrimo, is a worldwide web event in which aspiring writers set the goal of writing […]
Even as a self-confessed Picoult devotee, I found myself approaching this particular novel with a degree of unease, anxious that a work of complete fiction could never do justice to the indescribable horrors of the […]
If there’s one thing I’m always looking for in something I read, it’s for the book to exude some kind of atmosphere with writing that conjures up palpable feelings with its setting and characters. Plot […]
How to be Both by Ali Smith is an exciting and fresh take on the classical linear narrative. Exploring two very different storylines in each half of the book, Smith allows the reader to develop […]
One thing can definitely be said about this new biography of one of horror’s most scary phenomena: it does what it says on the tin. Luckhurst showcases his epic amount of research, compiling zombie knowledge […]
The BBC’s adaptation of Lady Chatterley’s Lover, a novel by D.H Lawrence, recently aired on BBC1. It starred Holliday Grainger (Great Expectations) and James Norton (Happy Valley) as Lady and Lord Chatterley, a couple who […]