Reviews

Not so much a slice of life, more a box of delights. This year’s Watermill touring production of Craig Taylor’s ...

I salute Toni’s take on life and I think that I Need a Wife should be on every teenager’s reading list to ...

Tucked away in West Berkshire,  below the hills of the Wayfarer’s Walk is the sprawling village of Inkpen, a gem ...

Hilary’s Book Review: Poetry Books by Suzi Cairns

Pplease take care of this book – the parable of topsy please take care of this book too – twelve steps home ...

Book Reviews by Hilary Stockwell

Like a lot of girls growing up in the 1960’s my early reading began with the delights of Enid Blyton, Pat Smythe, ...

BLACK SABBATH: Paranoid Album Review

The year was 1970. A group of four twenty-somethings had just finished their debut, one that invented the genre that ...

Cooking up a Storm by Sam Stern Cooking up a storm is a brilliant cook book for all ages, and written by a teenager. ...

One Sun, One Moon, Two Stars  by Margaret Armand Smith One Sun, One Moon, Two Stars is about three children called ...

The White Tower by Margaret Armand Smith Not as exciting as the first (One Sun, One Moon, Two Stars) but still a good ...

In The Last Wild by Piers Torday, a young boy called Kester is being kept at a place called Spectrum Hall after a ...