Book Review: THE LAST NEANDERTHAL by Claire Cameron

The general understanding on the Neanderthals, in non-scientific circles, is that they preceded the modern human being and were the uncivilised and distant cousin of man. They were loud, raucous and stocky. And while savagery is a capability in modern humans, it was the way of being for the Neanderthals. It's also widely assumed that … Continue reading Book Review: THE LAST NEANDERTHAL by Claire Cameron

Book Review: ALL OUR WRONG TODAYS by Elan Mastai

https://www.instagram.com/p/BQ5we5SDI3Z/?taken-by=sumaiyya.books Last year, an absolute favourite read was Dark Matter by Blake Crouch. DM was a fast-paced, exciting and innovative sci-fi fiction, unlike anything I'd read before. I had assumed it would be a while before I'd find a book to top or equate that thrilling experience, but sooner than later, Penguin UK sent me … Continue reading Book Review: ALL OUR WRONG TODAYS by Elan Mastai