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Outlaws by Javier Cercas

Outlaws by Javier Cercas

Spanish fiction

Original title - Las leyes de la frontera

Translator – Anne McLean

Source – Library book

One of the most beautiful qualities of true friendship is to understand and to be understood.

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Happy Birthday, Royal Baby!

Happy Birthday, Royal Baby!
Martha Mumford and Ada Grey
Bloomsbury Children’s Books pbk
I have to admit to putting this to the bottom of the pile when it arrived, thinking here we go – cashing in on THAT baby again. 216 more words

Picture Books

Bloomsbury to bring “Dublin’s Trainspotting” to the masses

Debut novelist Rob Doyle is the latest young Irish writer to have made the independent-to-major-publishing-house route to success, with Bloomsbury securing rights for his Dublin-set… 292 more words


Spotlight Sunday: Review: Broken By Marianne Curley #aww14

Spotlight Sunday is a feature on my blog where I shine the light on an Australian book I think deserves to be read. Today I am shining the spotlight on Broken, Avena book 2, by Marianne Curly. 679 more words


Books About Town: the Bloomsbury Trail

Books About Town 2nd July – 15th September 2014

In June, I was excited to read that there would be another art hunt in London this summer; 50 unique bookbench sculptures scattered across London to celebrate books, reading and London’s literary heritage.   2,037 more words

Street Art

Figuring out figure-grounds

My first-ever encounter with spatial planning came during an undergraduate architecture class. Like he did for all of his courses, McGill legend Derek Drummond taught Site Usage with ‘real’ photographic slides, images amassed over decades of teaching and working on the subject. 223 more words


The Horse Hospital, Bloomsbury

a lady sat down on the platform
to keep order
you need space away
applying for opportunities
I’ve never proved myself with my art
ranting at people… 71 more words