A story that speaks for our time, or a tackless redemption story? “Munich: The Edge of War” was released on Netflix and at selected cinemas at the end of January 2022. It stars George Mackay as Hugh Legat (a fictional English civil servant) and Jannis Niewöhner as Paul Hartmann (a German diplomat) with Jeremy IronsContinue reading “Robert Harris’s “Munich” Review”
Why you should read Rutger Bregmans latest ‘masterful’ and ‘challenging’ book Humankind: a hopeful history.
Reading has long been a pastime to help us get through times of crisis, whether personally or globally. Reading is also a great thing to do now that we have a bit more time on our hands! Sometimes, when this all gets a bit too much, a more hopeful read is better to turn to,Continue reading “Reading in lockdown: 5 hopeful books”
A book review of Origin by Dan Brown
One of my resolutions was to read more. I have always loved reading but over the last couple of years schoolwork seems to have taken over and my passion for reading diminished a little. I am currently reading Origin by Dan Brown, an author whose books I have come to love, I’m about half wayContinue reading “Book club: On My 2018 To Read List”
A review on Inferno by Dan Brown.
A review of a memoir by a truly inspirational woman.