The Enemy by Lee Child

The more I read from this author, the more I like him. I know he is enormously popular but sometimes that doesn’t take much except a well paid publicity machine – I don’t think I really need to give any examples here – you know what I mean. Jack Reacher is career army and finds himself on duty New Year’s Eve after recently being transferred back to the States from Panama. He doesn’t question the move, just doesn’t understand it. Continue reading “The Enemy by Lee Child”

Easy A – Movie Review

So this is a very modern take on The Scarlet Letter, the classic novel by Nathaniel Hawthorne. Our heroine is a pretty girl in high school who lives under the radar getting on with her life until she is one day, whilst in the bathroom, sarcastically telling her friend of a supposed escapade she had over the weekend. Her girlfriend who is none too bright doesn’t get the tone of her friend’s monologue and assumes it is all true. Continue reading “Easy A – Movie Review”