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The Kindle

The Kindle I have… succumbed, for want of a better word. I did that little clicky thing on Amazon and ended up with a Kindle. I say that like it was some sort of accident, but I’m not that impetuous. … Continue reading

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Letter to Ms Flagg

Dear Ms Flagg, I am writing to you because, well, because I think if a person enjoys something or is affected by something that someone else has put a lot of hard work in to creating, then it is nice … Continue reading

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Children’s fiction

Children’s fiction from 8 up to about 14 simply because then you are trailing into teenage/young adult fiction and that’s a whole different animal. Also anything younger than that and a) it’s not really my range and b) it becomes … Continue reading

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Sprout – Dale Peck Review

An excellent book that I finally decided I wasn’t going to be able to obtain via my library or by trading, so I forked over for it. Worth every penny I have to say and very much re-readable…which is always … Continue reading

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Matched – Ally Condie Review

This book surprised me, in the best possible way. It was an absolute page turner that had me hooked right from the start. amazon.co.uk says: “On her seventeenth birthday, Cassia meets her Match. Society dictates he is her perfect partner … Continue reading

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3-in-1 review… the first three novels of the year…

1. Hold On – Alan Gibbons This novel is a rather stark look at a boys suicide and a girls mission to get the vengeance for him she feels he deserves. However it is a very interesting look at how … Continue reading

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Massive – Julia Bell (2002)

It seems as though the books I am choosing to read lately are ‘weight issue’ books, this is more of a what struck my interest at the time in the library as opposed to purposfully seeking out books on this … Continue reading

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