Review of Child 44 by Tom Rob Smith

By Molly Smith
In 1950’s Russia violence was not accepted as criminal; even murder. But when patterns suggesting the systematic killings of children appear, we witness detective, Leo Demidov, fight not only a battle with Stalin’s totalitarian state to try and solve these crimes, but an internal one as to whether the trusted system he had remained so loyal to all his life was really just an ineffectual and brutal dictatorship.   Continue reading Review of Child 44 by Tom Rob Smith

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Ross Reviews: School clubs and canteen food

By Sam Ross

Badminton not bad at all.
Despite being late and turning up in the best lost property and the P.E bargain bucket (cupboard by P.E office) had to offer, I really enjoyed badminton and would recommend it to anyone who likes laid-back clubs you don’t have to commit to and likes the freedom to play at the pace and level you like. Continue reading Ross Reviews: School clubs and canteen food