REVIEW // The Secret Adversary by Agatha Christie

Published: 1922 My Edition: Rating: 3/5 Reading Agatha Christie has always been a nostalgic act for me. Although we weren’t very close, it reminds of the quiet afternoons I would spend with my grandparents as my Grandmother would indulge in her latest Christie acquisition. This became where my love for the classic crime fiction author…

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Exhibition // Beyond Caravaggio

On a day off this past week I was lucky to come across the Scottish National Gallery’s exhibition, Beyond Caravaggio. As Edinburgh is often at the heart of Scotland’s creative body, many private and public collectors generously shared four major works from Caravaggio himself, as well as an impressive number of those created by artists…

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April Reading

Even though I am still in the midst of revision for exams, the fact that I have no classes has meant that I have been reading, reading, reading! I started off the month craving some fantasy, and finally decided to take on a tomb of  book I have been wanting to re-read for ages. Even…

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April Watching

This month has been crazy as far as events of my life go. We moved in to our new flat at the of March, meaning that this entire month we have been trying to get it together and organised as best we can without furniture or storage. Also, I decided to up the amount of…

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Leather-Bound Listens: Blossoms new self-titled album

One of my favourite little things in life is finding a new band that I just fall head over heels for, and lately that’s been Blossoms. Now, I’m fully aware that I’m late to the party on this one, but as it so happens my timing perfectly coordinated with the release of Blossoms first full…

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