An alternative history with a strong feminist twist, perfect for fans of Robert Harris’ Fatherland, Christina Dalcher’s Voxand the dystopian novels of Margaret Atwood.
Today’s young, in righteous, understandable defence of their own time, generally reject our reminiscences about a golden age “Past Imperfect,” by “Downton Abbey” writer Julian Fellowes, plays out an interesting premise — rich old bastard Damian Baxter hires his estranged friend to track down five women from their past before he dies (and his death is imminent),Continue reading “Past Imperfect by Julian Fellowes”
I decided to take my best friend out for her birthday to go and see The Entertainer in Milton Keynes. My friend cancelled at the last minute so I decided to go and see it by myself and use her seat as a bag holder 🙂 Milton Keynes Theatre this week entertains us with anContinue reading “The Entertainer – Milton Keynes Theatre – I want my money back!”
British folk love their gardens. I mean, they really love them. I have spoken to a true enthusiast and he confessed that he had more pictures of his plants than of his children. He loves the Latin names and the yearly competitions that name a winner among the houses in a neighbourhood or in aContinue reading “The British Romantic Obsession with Gardens and Roses in particular”