And why was the price of not saying the right words at the right time so high?
Here you'll find my thoughts about life, travel, books and, because I love a laugh, the occasional spoof. All this from the perspective of a small town, on an island, in a country that's too close to the Antarctic for comfort.
Nau Mai, Haere mai. Come on in!
Maybe the day my family stopped existing, I did too.
Bernadine Evaristo purposefully takes her reader on a journey and I trusted her from the opening sentence.
“No coincidence, no story,”
Meddle, Dr Swenson did. Rather spectacularly.
“Christine didn’t tell Alex that she’d invited Lydia to live with them”
“There is no eye on the sparrow.”
This is the book the dog ate, almost.
On a day like today, when her mind is in a turmoil, the vastness of the ocean offers solace.
All Sam wants is his brother back, their family to be the way it used to be.