Book Clubs

Book Clubs

A great leveller in the intellectual world is the book club, not least as it is an experience in reading outside of English teachers. Here you can see some of the reviews of books I have read recently from some of my favourite book clubs. 

Book Review: The Damage Done: A Macabre Love Island

Book Review: The Damage Done: A Macabre Love Island

The Damage Done is a compelling part of the relatively popular niche of prison experience books. Warren Fellows smuggles drugs across Asia until he is caught and sentenced to 30 years, of which he serves 11 before enjoying a King’s Pardon. Despite claiming to not want...

Book Review: The Hunger: Punctured Horror

Book Review: The Hunger: Punctured Horror

Two days ago I purchased ‘The Hunger’ as one of my top (read ‘promoted’) books after a Kindle recommendation. It is based descent into cannibalism of the Donner Party. For some reason, I was expecting a slow psychological horror. The story, therefore, left me more...

Book Review: Othello: Noble Jealousy?

Book Review: Othello: Noble Jealousy?

This is my first review of a Shakespearean play. A Shakespearean play a peculiar thing considering that he is experienced by most British through statuary study. Such study is mandatory because Shakespeare is difficult, especially to study on the page. Most people who...

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