Jessica Robinson’s obsession with zombie films started when she was in junior high. Horror films are a great lens to examine concerns society has about modern science. Let’s face it, when it comes to horror movies, science has a bad reputation. Blind ambition, experimental serums, and genetic experiments are often blamed for the giant monster terrorizing the city or the reason aliens are taking human prisoners or the cause of the dead rising from the grave to consume living flesh.
Close of Play is a thoughtful, funny, beautifully honest story of love and manners. It’s a tale of missed opportunities and a chance at redemption – and the fear of opening our hearts to another when we think we’ve forgotten how to love.
Come along to The Madhatter Book Shop in Burford, the heart of the Cotswolds, on Saturday May the 2nd from 2.30pm and grab yourself a signed copy or two, of Wiltshire-based Sarah Hill’s award-winning ‘Whimsy Wood’ children’s books. Register HERE.