Book Reviews

Elan Mastai – All Our Wrong Todays

A side note before we start: this is not my normal kind of review. I have just completed my second year Journalism module wherein I had to write two reviews for two different publications. For this I wrote a review of Elan Mastai’s “All Our Wrong Todays” as if it were to be published for the… Continue reading Elan Mastai – All Our Wrong Todays

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The Impossible Fortress – Jason Rekulak

I felt like the luckiest kid in ninth grad. My friends Alf and Clark came over every night, eager to celebrate my new found freedom. We watched hours of TV, we blended milk shakes by the gallon, we gorged on Pop-tarts and pizza bagels until we made ourselves sick. We played marathon games of Risk… Continue reading The Impossible Fortress – Jason Rekulak

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Nowhere Near You – Leah Thomas

PLEASE NOTE THIS MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS Moritz, you know me. You know that usually I’d be the first person to say I’m awesome.  Behold! The Teenage Lord of Gnockenspieling! I’ve got the astronomical charts for the next six months memorised, at least for the small patch of sky that hangs over northern Michigan. Did you know a comet’s… Continue reading Nowhere Near You – Leah Thomas

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Beautiful Broken Things – Sara Barnard

If anyone asked me for a story from my life in the present tense, I always went blank.  Of course I wasn’t trying to invite tragedy into my life. I knew the takeaway from the pain is sadness, not anecdotes. But everything around me and life felt ordinary, hopelessly average even clichéd. All I wanted was something of some significance to… Continue reading Beautiful Broken Things – Sara Barnard