Book Review

 
Unravelling Darwin’s ‘hunch’
Unravelling Darwin’s ‘hunch’
Charles Darwin speculated that the origins of modern human beings may be traced to Africa. It took more than a century of hard research, exploration and scientific endeavour for his hunch to be vindicated....
‘Elon Musk’ might only be 95% accurate, but it’s enough to inspire
‘Elon Musk’ might only be 95% accurate, but it’s enough to inspire
What is it with journalists and biographies? A while back I read Michael Malone’s The Intel Trinity about Robert Noyce, Gordon Moore and...
Springsteen: A lesson in myth-making
Springsteen: A lesson in myth-making
When it came to rock 'n roll myth-making, the young Bruce Springsteen clearly had a talent.
Folk heroes, flag bearers and cricket
Folk heroes, flag bearers and cricket
THE PACEMEN by Drew Forrest (Pan Macmillan SA)
Fall for the decline of an empire
Fall for the decline of an empire
DRAKENFELD by Mark Charan Newton (PanMacmillan/Tor)
Taking a page from a book of art
Taking a page from a book of art
Her latest novel, The Shining Girls, is, she says, "fundamentally about violence against women. How we talk about it, how we...
Polygamy: Redefining faith and fidelity in fiction
Polygamy: Redefining faith and fidelity in fiction
THE RUINS OF US by Keija Parssinen (Faber and Faber) LESSONS IN HUSBANDRY by Shaid Kazie Ali...
Book Review
Book Review
In this second collection of short stories from Neil Gaiman, each tale offers a semblance of the everyday, with a final sting that pulls back the...

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