Bina by Anakana Schofield

It's hardly surprising that I would snatch up a copy of Bina as soon as possible after loving both Malarky and Martin John. And if I were to describe Bina to someone who had read both of her others, I would say it feels like a cross between the two of them. Like she did … Continue reading Bina by Anakana Schofield


Martin John by Anakana Schofield

  We all wonder what is going on inside the mind of a sexual deviant, right? Harm was done./ But he liked it./ It was hard to credit that harm had been done when you liked it. This book is weird and uncomfortable. And the more you read, the more squirmy you will become. But, … Continue reading Martin John by Anakana Schofield

Malarky by Anakana Schofield

Malarky spins and glitters like a coin flipped in the air - now searingly tragic, now blackly funny. Brilliant, brilliant, brilliant.     - Annabel Lyon [from the front cover] Malarky took me by surprise. It made me laugh, it shocked me, and it made me squirm with discomfort. By turns, it was shockingly raw, achingly funny, and absurdly bizarre. … Continue reading Malarky by Anakana Schofield