Monthly Archives: October 2014

Book 77 – The Sunrise Victoria Hislop – haunting contemporary history that will stay with you

Victoria Hislop is one of my favourite author’s.  Her book “The Island” recently featured in my top ten books of all time.  So I was eagerly awaiting her new book “The Sunrise.”  I knew I should wait for it to … Continue reading

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Book 76 – The Faces of Angels – Lucretia Grindle

I have read quite a few Lucretia Grindle book’s since reading the Villa Triste a couple of years ago after a recommendation from a lady in my bookclub. The Villa Triste still remains my favourite book but I have enjoyed … Continue reading

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Book 74 and 75 – Little Lies and Daughter

Little Lies is written by Liane Moriarty whose first book “The husband’s secret” I loved for its darkness and twists really taking a critical look at middle  class lives in a humorously dark way.  “Little Lies” is no different about … Continue reading

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Book 73 – Hero on a Bicycle – Shirley Hughes

This was a book that as soon as I spotted it in hardback in the children’s section in our local bookshop I knew I wanted to read .  But I waited till it was out in paper back then bought it … Continue reading

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Books 69 – 72 – 50p for 3 Books

I haven’t written a book review for weeks and weeks.  I have been reading though and now have a back log of book reviews to write-up.  This was a fear I had when I was on holiday that I would read … Continue reading

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