Tag Archives: Fiction

Standard Deviation by Katherine Heiny

I’ve been married for 7 or 8 years now (both my husband and I regularly forget exactly how long it has been and have to be reminded by friends and family – I count that in our favour for relationship compatibility) and it still never ceases to amaze me how male he is. For instance, […]

The Miniaturist – by Jesse Burton

  I lent my hard copy of The Miniaturist to a friend only 3 days after I’d finished reading it, which was a mistake, because it is, without doubt, the sort of book which I would like to read again. I’m a speed reader, which means I can get through most books (there are obvious […]