Category Archives: Semi-/biographical

Book review: Reasons to Stay Alive – Matt Haig

The hopeful narrative of someone who’s been through the proverbial valley of death and emerged, perhaps not unscathed, but emerged nonetheless.…

Capital: A Portrait of Twenty-First Century Delhi – Rana Dasgupta

‘Capital’ is the story of a country used and savaged by a brute capitalism, which has churned out a generation that is deeply divided.…

The Art of Asking or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Let People Help – Amanda F. Palmer

Ok, so this is less of a review and more of a call to arms because…

A Street Cat Named Bob – James Bowen

As another reviewer has already said, this book could do with some further editing – it is…