“There are three rules when writing a novel. Unfortunately, no one knows what they are.” — Somerset Maugham
In the banquet of new releases consisting of books, movies, games and TV-series, reviews can serve as the waiter recommending you a dish and a place to start. Critically evaluating a piece of content while also including personal thoughts and opinions, reviews become an approachable way to give unique insights into a piece of work that is beyond its marketed summary and simple star ratings.
So, upon deciding what you are in the mood for, allow for the students at London South Bank University to give you some recommendations. Enjoy!
— Matilda Bjorklund | Reviews Editor
Sister-author duo Maika and Maritza Moulite return with a poignant and honest exploration of police brutality, sisterhood and history READ MORE
Combine the Web with Cartoons and there you have it; Webtoons. If you’re a fan of comics, mangas or stories READ MORE
Moon Prism Power! Guardians unite! Winx! The magical girl concept is a blast from the past, so when Netflix announced READ MORE
Brit Bennet’s The Vanishing Half is one of the most intensifying novels I have read, one which exceeds the melodramatic READ MORE
I listened to the first episode of a podcast called Mars Corp. It’s quite interesting how it draws you into READ MORE
Drive to Survive is back for its third season. For the first time ever DtS boasts that it follows all READ MORE
One of the best books I’ve read this year is by Mike Phillips. He is a British writer and READ MORE
If you think watching vicious man-eating titans trying to eliminate humanity is something that would be too violent to READ MORE
All good things may have to come to an end but that doesn’t mean that a flower can’t sprout through READ MORE
The world of Super Mario is a long-time source of happiness and adventure for many gamers, including myself, with its READ MORE
WandaVision is an on-screen adaptation of a series of comic books and graphic novels under the Marvel brand. The show READ MORE