Tag Archives: non-fiction

Review: Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House, by Michael Wolff

In the interconnected world of 2018, it’s difficult not to be invested in American politics even if you are, like myself, non-American. Most of us have friends and loved ones who are Americans or live in America, and we care … Continue reading

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Review: Furiously Happy, by Jenny Lawson

I think my family are probably glad that I’m done reading Jenny Lawson’s books. They might be able to get more reading of their own done when I’m not interrupting them every five minutes to read out the latest side-splitting … Continue reading

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Review: Let’s Pretend This Never Happened, by Jenny Lawson

I’ve never read Jenny Lawson’s blog, and didn’t actually put two and two together and realise that she was ‘The Bloggess’ I’d heard mention of until a couple of months back, but her books have been on my TBR for … Continue reading

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Review: Hyperbole and a Half, by Allie Brosh

As one of the few remaining people on the internet who isn’t all that enamoured of webcomics, I was a latecomer to the Allie Brosh fanwagon, because I was under the mistaken impression that Hyperbole and a Half was one. … Continue reading

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Review: You’re Never Weird on the Internet (Almost), by Felicia Day

I’ve never read a celebrity memoir before. I have a general disinterest in knowing most celebrities outside the context of their work, and generally prefer to express my appreciation for their talents by just buying more of whatever it is … Continue reading

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