Book Review: Nothing On Earth (Conor O’Callaghan, 2016)

“Everything was caked in orange dust off the building site: the windows, the furniture, the bottles and tins, their packaging, even the dirty dishes in the sink, the loungers out the back, the envelopes in the hall… I could taste the dust coating the inside of my mouth, like paprika left out for years and gone stale, flavourless.” (more…)



I have stayed away from my fragrant blog for far too long and for that I apologise. I’ve had some personal issues recently and have been postponing my posts, but a cavalcade of reviews has been building and is waiting to be unleashed. I hope you’re all having a terrific 2017 so far.

How dull it is to pause, to make an end,

To rust unburnished, not to shine in use!

– Alfred Lord Tennyson