Helter Skelter by Vincent Bugliosi

Helter Skelter was so interesting. I’d never really read any true crime before last year (when I went through a fairly intense Simpson trial phase). But after picking up on a lot of hype for The Girls by Emma Cline, combined with a recommendation from a colleague, I ended up spending an interesting fortnight engrossed […]

Continue reading →

The Princess Diarist by Carrie Fisher

Gosh this was a strange sort of read. Not only because of Carrie Fisher’s all-too-recent passing, but because of the blend of past and present, and somewhat vague interlinking theme. The memoir is largely structured around nineteen-year-old Fisher’s brief affair with Harrison Ford – at the time in his thirties and married with two children. […]

Continue reading →