Review: ‘Thin Air’ Michelle Paver

The Himalayas, 1935. Kangchenjunga. The sacred mountain. Biggest killer of them all. Five Englishmen set out to conquer it. But courage can only take them so far. And the higher they climb, the darker it gets. Is it perhaps a bit bold of me to say that I think Michelle Paver has written some of … Continue reading Review: ‘Thin Air’ Michelle Paver

Review: ‘The Haunting of Hill House’ Shirley Jackson

Alone in the world, Eleanor is delighted to take up Dr Montague's invitation to spend a summer in the mysterious Hill House. Joining them are Theodora, an artistic 'sensitive', and Luke, heir to the house. But what begins as a light-hearted experiment is swiftly proven to be a trip into their darkest nightmares, and an … Continue reading Review: ‘The Haunting of Hill House’ Shirley Jackson