Category Archives: Michel Faber

Decisions, decisions…

This week saw my books teetering into the realms of silliness. The LGBT history and Biography shelves threatened to swamp my bedroom door, the ‘to be read’ stacks in the bedroom had been there so long they were resembling cubist … Continue reading

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This week’s book haul

Olivia Laing’s ‘Crudo‘ has been much hyped and praised in the press, so I really had to buy a copy. It’s a short novel (which is always a bonus in my eyes), the only drawback being that the main character … Continue reading

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