‘The Discomfort of Evening’: A Disturbing but Compelling Read

The international prize winner paints a dark, violent and uncomfortable picture of life in the rural Netherlands. The Discomfort of Evening is a novel like no other. In many ways, it is evocative of the traditional literary fiction genre. Told through the perspective of Jas, a 10-year-old girl — it is highly character-driven. My qualms withContinue reading “‘The Discomfort of Evening’: A Disturbing but Compelling Read”

Memorable Quotes From my Top Reads in 2020

Remembering words of wisdom from some of my favourite reads this year. This year has been rubbish — I think we can all agree on that. But it has been a blessing in many ways, at least for me. I’ve been fortunate enough to have a lot of free time due to the pandemic, andContinue reading “Memorable Quotes From my Top Reads in 2020”