the ambitious writer in me was drooling over relentlessly beautiful sentences
This small book set me on a journey of discovery. I'd not heard of the author until I listened to the book being discussed on Radio 4's A Good Read. The program is a rich source of reading suggestions and often encourages me to delve further into less commercial areas of literature. I was fascinated... Continue Reading →
About opportunity, but mostly about the lack of it. About guilt and a deep sense of right and wrong.
But this carnage is at a whole new level. As is the prose, this book will never be criticised for ‘descriptive’!
I found myself furrow browed at times, nodding as Haig so vividly describes the effects of depression and anxiety