Book Review / The Twelfth Raven by Doris Brett
“The Danish writer Isak Dineson wrote that ‘All sorrows can be borne if you put them in a story’.” In her second memoir, poet and psychologist Doris Brett turns personal tragedy into a story of resilience and determination, as she once again navigates the journey from life-threatening illness to recovery. She likens the experience to […]
Book Review / Once, Only The Swallows Were Free by Gabrielle Gouch
“Ultimately, the real treasure in this book is Romania: its allies and enemies; freedom and oppression; natural beauty and heartbreaking tragedy. ”
Sarah Morton reviews Once, Only The Swallows Were Free by Gabrielle Gouch.