book reviews.
May 10, 2022

Meat Lovers by Rebecca Hawkes

Never has a book of poetry made my stomach swirl so consistently. Meat Lovers delights in creating other-wordly imagery, pulling sweet and sour together to inspire […]
April 11, 2022

My Body | Emily Ratajkowski

My Body navigates the politics of beauty, feminine socialisation, and rape culture without ever getting too explicitly or academically political. Mostly, Emily Ratajkowski is telling you […]
March 1, 2022

She’s a Killer | Kirsten McDougall

She’s a Killer, a dystopian climate thriller, explores a subject matter that gains new meaning when read underneath a hot, ozone puncturing sun. In the book, […]
September 27, 2021

They Both Die at the End by Adam Silvera

The existence of Young Adult fiction is essential to library culture. It exists in a space beyond primary school reading diaries and before you started googling […]
September 1, 2020

Feminist Fight Club by Jessica Bennett

Initially written as “an office survival manual for a sexist workplace”, it still correlates to dealing with sexism as a student and, generally, sexism. The book […]
June 2, 2020

Sex, by Madonna

The era of the coffee table book seems so… antiquated nowadays. While the market is certainly still thriving, certain topics are so easily findable and stored […]
October 2, 2019

Fresh start feel good! Nadia Lim

Wow look at this cookbook with all these things I don’t have any time to make! That’s neat. I love that  10/10: wow what a way […]
May 27, 2019

Leela Corman’s Underdogs Fighting for Themselves

Immigrant this, immigrant that. To be an immigrant is to have an inherent link to a politicised term, to be a traveller of two worlds, but […]
September 10, 2018

Book Review: The Hate U Give

If you haven’t already read The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas, and want to be one of those people who reads the book before seeing […]