Book Review: The Invisible Crowd by Ellen Wiles

Reviewed by Huriyah Quadri The Invisible Crowd is about illegal immigration and the way asylum seekers are viewed and treated in Britain. It's centred around Yonas, a young man who has escaped from prison following a nightmarish life in Eritrea. Yonas was a journalist who was forced to act as a censor, his hatred of the [...]


Book Review: The Nothing by Hanif Kureishi

Reviewed by Aija Oksman Hanif Kureishi has been a favourite of mine for many years; Buddha of Suburbia, Gabriel’s Gift, Midnight All Day as well as his screenplay, My Beautiful Laundrette, are all works that I still re-read regularly. Therefore, when I started The Nothing, I was excited and then shocked, then a little revolted, [...]