Journal

SIRACUSA by Delia Ephron, reviewed by Adèle Geras

A couple of weeks ago, the Twitter hills were alive with the sound of readers discussing the relative merits and demerits of reading ebooks. I'm a fan of the printed book and the printed newspaper, but I love my Kindle too. One of the best things about Kindle is: instant gratification. It took me about […]

Nine Perfect Strangers by Liane Moriarty, reviewed by Adele Geras

... a genre that I'm very fond of: characters are thrown together and isolated somewhere beyond the reach of the outside world. Liane Moriarty is an Australian writer, best known for Big Little Lies, which was a huge success on television. The book is better than the television version, in my opinion, and her earlier […]

I was born in Jerusalem in 1944 and spent my early childhood in many different countries because my father was in the Colonial Service. Before I was eleven, I'd lived in Cyprus, Nigeria, and North Borneo and later my parents were also sent to the Gambia and Tanganyika (now Tanzania)... read more.

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