Natasha Bernal




1000 before 30 #28: The Goldfinch – Donna Tart

A literary work of art, about a work of art. Possibly my favourite discovery of the year. I had been told to read The Goldfinch by several people, some of whom I work with, but had resisted because of the... Continue Reading →


1000 books before 30 #22: Life of Pi – Yann Martel

There are very few books that live up to their hype. 'Life of Pi' is one of them. Essentially its main character Pi (short for Piscine) is in such a desperate castaway situation that,┬áif swapping tales with Robinson Crusoe, the... Continue Reading →

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