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[REVIEW] Born Bad – Marnie Riches.

Published date: 9 March 2017 Type: PaperBack Number of pages: 400 Interesting; gang culture & family loyalty. As I am drawing close; finishing this book, I have grown attached to the characters and storyline. I don’t want to ruin it for people but there are some OMG moments throughout. The book is based in Manchester and […]

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Reading; 3 books at a time?

Right, this is just a short post. I am currently reading about 3 books at once. The pros and cons of this are pretty much this – if you’re reading 3 books and you are doing a reading challenge then you’re going to achieve it a hell of a lot quicker than pacing yourself at one […]

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Why I buy actual books,

What do I mean in the title you ask? Anti-Kindle. Many people are probably wondering where I get my books I review from. Simple: I either buy them from Amazon or I also borrow them from the local library – if they are in stock! WHY NO KINDLE? I hear you ask. The only inconvenience in […]

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[REVIEW] Thirteen Reasons Why – Jay Asher.

Published date: 7 March 2017 Type: PaperBack Number of pages: 320 Teachers: read this in schools, please? The real reason for reading this amounts to hearing all about it and seeing adverts related to “Netflix” tv show tie-in. As you can imagine there will always be comparisons to TV vs Book, but it depends on which way you […]

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Why I failed the Epic…

As I get to the 20% mark of my GoodReads Challenge; 2 of 10 books. I am now looking back. There is only one book so far that I have put down mid-way through reading – early in my Challenge. I tried for this book choice in my challenge to read an “epic” just because […]

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[REVIEW] Sherlock Holmes & the Titanic Tragedy – William Seil

Published date: 13 March 2012 Type: PaperBack Number of pages: 256  A fascinating read. You can thoroughly absorb yourself in the real people involved. as well as enjoy meeting new and old Sherlockian fictional characters from both A.C.Doyle’s world. It is set in 1912 and although this is an original story by another author, it still […]

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[REVIEW] The Colour of Magic – Terry Pratchett

Published date: 18 Jan 1985 Type: PaperBack  Number of pages: 285  Aimed at young people This is the first book I have read in years. The basic idea of this book was good but I found it hard to get my head into it. It is aimed at the fantasy and science fiction genre. This […]

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