Review: Blame

Review: Blame

Blame by Paul Read The sudden death of his father forces a reformed addict to come to terms with long-held resentment. It’s worth mentioning that the subject matter is not one that holds my attention – in some ways, perhaps, it’s too close to the bone, and perhaps the flood of misery memoirs in recent … Continue reading

Review: The Magician’s Lie

Review: The Magician’s Lie

The Magician’s Lie by Greer Macallister [This is the UK release of an award winning and soon-to-be-filmed US best-seller.] When does an illusion become more than an illusion? When does a story, our personal history, become more than a story we tell ourselves and become the truth that defines who we are? Is it, perhaps, … Continue reading