Yesterday, I finally (despite what the title of this post might suggest) got into the Christmas spirit by watching (or rather marvelling at) the legend Jim Broadbent on stage in A Christmas Carol. A Christmas Carol is a well known and beloved novella by Charles Dickens, which has been adapted for stage and screen on … More Bah, humbug!
Today I finished reading my 54th book of the year, and 38th of the 2015 Reading Challenge (#47 A play): ‘Antigone’ by Jean Anouilh. This marked the second book for my MA English, which I have to compare directly with the original play by Sophocles for my first essay of the course. Up until this point I have … More #47 Original Over Remake (#54)
On October 20th (yesterday) my most anticipated book of the year was released: “Career of Evil” by Robert Galbraith. The first two chapters were released early in audio format, so I listened to them on Monday in preparation for downloading the eBook at midnight. To cut a long story short (and it was a rather … More #65 J.K. Rowling Strikes Again (#53)