Tag: Stuart Heritage

BOOK REVIEW: The Old Man and the Sand Eel by Will Millard

I have no interest in fishing. If I’m perfectly honest, I consider anglers a little odd – the endless sitting and staring, it’s unsettling. You could see the appeal of fishing on a sunny day, but as an excuse to sit by a secluded river with a cool-box of beer. God forbid you should catch

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BOOK REVIEW: Don’t be a Dick Pete by Stuart Heritage

If you’re an only child, congratulations – you’ve done well. Siblings are an unending shitstorm of abuse and embarrassment. That’s the case even when your brothers and sisters are vastly inferior to you, as in my case. Don’t be dick, Pete is Guardian journalist Stuart Heritage’s article of impeachment against his younger brother. It lists

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