books · detective · fiction · literature · mystery · review

Elizabeth Is Missing

Elizabeth is missing, yet it’s only Maud who appears to notice. Maud who keeps finding notes telling her so, who’s the only one checking Elizabeth’s house or notifying the police.¬†However Maud is also forgetful, quite unreliable and our narrator throughout her journey. She asks the same questions and gets the same answers in return. Altogether… Continue reading Elizabeth Is Missing

advice · autobiography · books · manchester · review · signing · young adult

All I Know Now

Alongside many peers of my own age, I’m constantly looking for role models; people who inspire and influence me. Those who appear to have a slightly better grasp on life then I currently do, who can offer advice, recommendations and aid us along our path. Carrie Hope Fletcher’s debut half-autobiographical half-advice book does just that,… Continue reading All I Know Now

music · performance · review · York

The Assembled- York Spring Festival of New Music

Moving completely out of my comfort zone this week, I ventured to York to view a concert of experimental and exploratory music; a performance unlike anything I have seen before. It was certainly not at all as I expected, the abandoned church was the perfect space for the music and performance especially for the eerie… Continue reading The Assembled- York Spring Festival of New Music