‘There are so many things we can’t control’ [book review]

A review of Pachinko by Min Jin Lee The building of worlds is a difficult thing. Especially when that world is a historical one. There is research to be done, tiny details to be got exactly right, events to be recounted and words to be weighted just so in order for the setting to comeContinue reading “‘There are so many things we can’t control’ [book review]”

‘Socks are really important’. A review of Confession with Blue Horses by Sophie Hardach

There is a striking conversation towards the end of Sophie Hardach’s Costa-shortlisted novel, Confession with Blue Horses. ‘History,’ says one character, ‘is written by adults.’ An obvious statement, perhaps, but all the more poignant when you really think about it. Because history is written by adults – not just in that they are the onesContinue reading “‘Socks are really important’. A review of Confession with Blue Horses by Sophie Hardach”

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