Bruny, Heather Rose

Bruny is a political satire that follows a bit of a futuristic time in Tasmania, Australia. In this future a lot of things that are happening in the world now have taken a turn for the worse and Australia is massively in debt and core services like health and education are underfunded. We kick off... Continue Reading →

Docile, K.M. Szpara

Docile has been the most hyped book of 2020 for me, there’s been a few that have really caught my eye but none more than this novel. With a catchy name, cover and tagline “there is no consent under capitalism”, Docile sure sounded like a winner. Unfortunately for me, despite liking aspects of it… ultimately... Continue Reading →

Vox, Christina Dalcher

Initially after finishing Vox I gave it 4 stars straight away. The next morning, after I had time to process it I had to drop it down to 3 1/2 stars and ultimately I think that is because I felt let down here. I still really liked this book, but what I liked more than... Continue Reading →

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