Monthly Archives: August 2014

Review: Gut Symmetries by Jeanette Winterson

A boat leaves for America. On it are our protagonists, a young woman and her older, married lover. This is a tale of a love triangle, ruminating on the theme of time passing. Taking her cue from tarot cards, Winterson’s … Continue reading

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Review: The Lonely Londoners by Sam Selvon

So, for the first of my library book reviews: Moses is a kind sort. For this reason, he’s the first port of call for Trinidadians hell-bent on coming to London for a shot of the good times. Of course racially-intolerant … Continue reading

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