Fim review: The Fault in Our Stars

How to review The Fault in Our Stars without breaking down into a puddle of tears at the memory of the film – that’s the tough question. What’s not a tough question is whether or not the film is good, because it is. Phew. Adhering closely to John Green’s novel of the same name, The…

Book review: Anthem for Jackson Dawes by Celia Bryce

“Two teenagers fight the biggest battle of all” says the tagline for Anthem for Jackson Dawes.And it’s not untrue. Fourteen-year-old Megan Bright is admitted to hospital for chemotherapy, where she meets the enigmatic, rebellious, funny Jackson Dawes, a fellow cancer patient. The two quickly fall for each other.Does this story sound slightly familiar? If John…