Online Lifestyle editor Sophie Porteous reviews Adam Kay’s bestselling book, This is Going to Hurt.
As LGBTQIA+ history month draws to a close, Isabel Langguth recommends some Queer books that’ll keep the conversation going.
Catherine Stone reviews the popular science fiction novel Dune, in light of its recent film adaptation.
Abdulrazak Gurnah, winner of the 2021 Nobel Prize in literature, has surged to the top of bestseller lists. Catherine Nock reviews his latest novel, Afterlives, and discusses the impact of receiving such high critical acclaim.
In celebration of Black History Month, two Exeposé contributors share their book recommendations. Catherine Stone discusses Noughts & Crosses by Malorie Blackman and Clémence Smith reviews The Nickel Boys by Colson Whitehead. Beware: spoilers ahead!
Print Arts + Lit editor Ella Minty shares her thoughts on Delia Owen’s bestselling novel, Where the Crawdads Sing.
Millie Betts explores Matt Haig’s bestselling novel, The Midnight Library
The best advice to deal with public embarrassment is definitely the reassurance that ‘the worst experiences are the best anecdotes’. At those times when you realise that you’ve actually made a really bad decision and that you may become a BNOC (Big Name On Campus) for all the wrong reasons, it can be a small […]
There’s a moment in ‘The Past is Important to Us’, a short story in ‘Uncommon Type’ about a billionaire businessman so in love with a woman from the past he travels back to 1939 just to see her, when the black attendant monitoring the time machine is asked why he never uses it himself. ‘Being […]
Whilst studying at Yale University, English major Marina Keegan wrote a list of pitfalls. Number four on the list read, “Be careful of parallels”. While Marina was most likely commenting on her writing style, her words seem to be even more relevant as life advice for us all; an unofficial student bible, if you like. […]