Margaret Mahy’s book is – in the terms of the tale itself – a ‘great piratical delicacy’ filled with subtle quips and charming turns of phrase.
Michael Logan revels in the grotesque.
It makes for a brilliant tale, all this corruption.
Joy Stephens lies in a coma. On Friday 21 January, in front of colleagues and family, she falls from a balcony at the drinks announcing her promotion.
In Tiger Wars' brilliant opening Steve Backshall's first chapter captures a moment – the killing of a tigress by a young boy – that disorientates and enthralls.
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