Book review. Sophia: Princess, Suffragette, Revolutionary

Being dyslexic I have always found non-fiction, with its impossibly small and curly fonts difficult to read.  Audiobooks being really expensive to buy I had accepted that this was a genre that was mainly off-limits, apart from the occasional graphic novel.  However I'm now able to plunge in thanks to the excellent service Edinburgh City Libraries offer …

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Graphic novel eview: Black Hole by Charles Burns

Given the rising tide of mental health problems among teenagers it is probably more important than ever that we look at and dissect what goes on in the minds of young people. Black Hole is a thought provoking example of how the arts are in a unique position to do this. Like all the best art it does not give us any answers, but presents us with a lot of questions and inspires us to think.