Tag: Lucy Wood

BOOK REVIEW: The Sing of the Shore by Lucy Wood

Lucy Wood’s ‘The Sing of the Shore’ transports its readers to the Cornish coast, a beautiful place you can be sure of, but the stories are set in the out-of-season period and Wood painstakingly and beautifully captures this particular season with an arrestingly assured prose. Wood writes in ways that are both captivating and brutally

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BEST BOOKS: Rachael Smart’s Best Books Read in 2018

The following books piled up on my desk this year and bought me atomic moments of reading pleasure. Books that have thoroughly immersed me, so much so that sometimes life has gone off the grid. One collection saw me miss all my stops on the tram and then my final connection home.  Me and that

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