November reads

Thanks to my new job, which I adore, I now spend between two and three hours commuting each day. Time at home, and subsequently reading time at home, is now reduced, so I’m making the most…

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Saying goodbye

When asking how many parents I have, the answer you receive will vary depending on who is asked. Ostensibly I have two, a mother and a father; but an almost entirely absent father left a…

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THE CUCKOO’S CALLING by Robert Galbraith

First, there needs to be an apology. I can’t believe it’s been over 12 months since I posted a review. While this makes me feel like a terrible blogger, the passing of the first anniversary…

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AIR KISSES by Zoë Foster

In one of my first semester subjects, we were taught how to write a book review. I realise this might sound ridiculous but, in all honesty, the art of critical writing is a tough skill…

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PROMISE by Tony Cavanaugh

I really admire Tony Cavanaugh. Not only is Promise a terrifying crime debut, but it’s set in a place that’s only an hour away from where I live. I can’t imagine it would be easy to take…

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