A week off after my first set of Cambridge exams has finally given me time to read non-legal material. The first on the list this summer is David Turner’s The Old Boys, a history of the decline and rise of public schools in England. Rather than a full-scale review, I seek to present a series of … More David Turner – The Old Boys: Some Scattered Thoughts
Reading this book has been something of a long-term literary project for me: after picking up a copy of it back in 2011, I attempted many times to get past the first few chapters, but failed time and time again. That was until the start of this summer, when I found that I was able … More Book Review: Anna Karenina
In the very unfamiliar amount of free time I’ve had since finishing my exams back in June, I’ve at last had a chance to get through a list of interesting reads that has been building up for some time. The first of these is a book by Sam Leith, an English journalist, author and columnist … More Book Review: Sam Leith – You Talkin’ To Me?