Yesterday, I took it upon myself to watch the only Batman related thing that is on the British version of Netflix, which is the 1966 movie starring Adam West as Bruce Wayne. From just the picture advertising the movie, I instantly thought it looked bad, but talking to a friend, I was forced to consider… Continue reading Holy Blog Post, Batman
Like a lot of readers I was awed, humbled and amazed by the actions and general existence of Atticus Finch within To Kill A Mockingbird. Like a lot of readers, I felt the overwhelming betrayal at the actions and words of Atticus Finch in the newly released Go Set A Watchman. Despite the third person perspective, I was… Continue reading Betrayed by Atticus Finch
It’s safe to say that To Kill A Mockingbird fans were split down the middle when this book was discovered, however I was in the company of people who were buzzing with the same excitement I felt for it. To see more of the Finches felt like an opportunity to be grasped with both hands, that could not be ignored, but rather needed to be savoured. Therefore, as soon as I had a spare £10 in April I preordered the book and yesterday morning when it was finally on the shelves, I was at Waterstones for the minute it opened.