Book Review – Longbourn By Jo Baker

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Longbourn is all a flutter, Netherfield has a new master, a ball is to be had and the Bennet girls are beyond excited as they prepare to be at one of society’s most elegant events. Mrs Bennet who finds it … Continue reading

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Harry Potter and the Cursed Child By J.K. Rowling, John Tiffany and Jack Thorne – A review ( no spoilers)

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It arrived a week ago. The Cursed Child, the book with its magical properties. The one that was much awaited, about the boy who lived and the man who now struggles with that label. We got home from two hours … Continue reading

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Book Review: After You by Jojo Moyes

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Louisa Clarke is vulnerable. She’s survived, only barely. Lou’s survived love, loss, friendship and the judgement that came with her decision to love a man so much, she watched him leave her; physically and mentally. When I read Me Before … Continue reading

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Book Review: Everyone Brave is Forgiven by Chris Cleave

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 Chris Cleave writes of war, relationships, jam making and blackberries with a natural ability to craft language into something so subliminal, this novel about World War II is an ode to the written word. It is my first time reading … Continue reading

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Blog Tour: The Readers of Broken Wheel Recommend By Katarina Bivald

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Katarina Bivald’s character driven novel about the sheer love of reading, gave me a such a joyful reminder of why I like to live among words, and why books are scattered all over my house, that I sat down with … Continue reading

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Book Review – The Immortals of Meluha – Shiva Trilogy #1 by Amish Tripathi

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I’ve become somewhat picky with the books I now choose to read. Much of it is due to the fact that I barely have any time to read and review as quickly as I would like, or should. I am … Continue reading

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Advance Book Review: The Seven Sisters book #1 By Lucinda Riley

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Lucinda Riley writes so lyrically, she could be composing a piece of music that you listen to, as you stand atop a hill, where the wind gently kisses your skin and transports you to an era that you can only … Continue reading

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