This book is a beautiful read interspersing thorns diaries and her memories of growing up outside London. It paints a vivid picture of her discos at the weekends, her shopping trips and subsequent interest in music. It is a woman talking about her life growing up as a girl
Harding had a heart attack, received a stent and has vowed from that day to give thanks. To sing gratitude to the world. To the doctors and nurses. To the paramedics who got to him within 9 minutes of dialling 999.
Deep down it is a story of some hope. I have opinions on foreign policy and neo liberalism. I feel a torch needs to be shone on human rights abuses and Power is helping to shine a dim light. Hopefully it is one that never fades.
Classic writing from Ernest Hemingway, a memoir of his time in Paris
They say you must be mad to want to be a goalkeeper and while this book humanises the people involved their madness shines right throughout the 300 pages.
A flashback and important document of the UK punk scene in the early 1990's
Brogan was an amateur footballer and while his career outside sport may have been assisted with his prowess on the pitch it is amazing to think how much time and investment goes into playing at the top.
Here is Shane’s tale, it could be you or I but here is what has happened to this one guy who also happened to be fortunate enough to play football for his county.
Rowan and Tighe have done a great job here of chronicling events around John Delaney. A huge amount of work has gone into presenting the facts, no need for opinions just plain details.
A mistake is made, A subsequent decision needs to be made quickly and it’s consequences remain.