Monthly Archives: May 2018

Alignment by Tracy Chollet – 2017

Isabeau Martin is a lonely, insecure woman whose life has been shaped by a deserting father and chronically depressed mother.  She is asthmatic and grew up with the standing stones of Carnac as her only friends, avoiding other children, and … Continue reading

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All This by Chance by Vincent O’Sullivan – 2018

All this by chance is a beautiful, beautiful book about memory and identity.  One of the characters muses at one point on how much of us is us, and how much is made up from the photos and paintings and … Continue reading

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