The last of my summer holiday reads of 2019, Posh Boys follows on from Under the Wig and War Doctor. A much needed commentary on the state of private education in Britain.
“To our daughters, and to yours: May you know respect and dignity always, in the workplace and beyond”
This is a book that all people in positions of power should read; those with control over foreign and domestic policy need a better understanding of the motivators, methods, and means that lead to extremist behaviour.
Introducing the first #MemoirMonday – a new blog series featuring the memoirs that make an impact, expand horizons, and engage readers.
It’s fair to say that a significant sub-genre of non-fiction is memoirs. They’re an integral pillar of personal story telling, and helping others to view the world through your eyes. Following the almost mass-hysteria* around Adam Kay’s This is Going to Hurt, it is no surprise that memoirs featured significantly in my reading throughout 2019.