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Book Review: The Handmaid's Tale - Margaret Atwood



Author:
Margaret Atwood
Release Date: March 1996
Publisher: Anchor Books
Rating: Four out of five stars
Margaret Atwood’s nightmarish story of a totalitarian future will leave you very unsettled. 528 more words

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Slaughterhouse-Five

Classic book number 6: Slaughterhouse-Five by Kurt Vonnegut

I love Vonnegut. This may be only the second book I’ve read by him, but I thoroughly enjoyed both books. 295 more words

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The Pros and Cons of Paperbacks

Paperbacks are simultaneously the best and worst innovations in publishing ever.

On the one hand they are cheap, reasonably lightweight and relatively small so buying too many rarely leaves you with a space problem. 86 more words

Literature

The View from Castle Rock by Alice Munro

I’ve always been a city girl and never thought much of the country. It’s not that I thought about it with disdain, it’s that I never thought of it at all. 376 more words

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To Fold or Not To Fold.

This questions usually brings up a heated debate within my book loving friends whenever brought up, some see the folding of a page of a book as complete sacrilege and should be punishable by a beating with said book, others are more relaxed and in the frame of mind of… 530 more words

New books coming soon

Jax Miller 
Debut author Jax Miller has signed a two-book deal with HarperFiction. The first, Freedom’s Child, will be published in summer 2015. It tells the story of Freedom, a woman who has spent 18 years living under the Witness Protection programme after murdering her husband. 600 more words

Sandra Danby

Audio Books: Is Hearing the Same as 'Reading'?

I was talking to a coworker a couple weeks ago about books and she mentioned that she enjoys listening to audio books more than actually reading from a book (or an e-reader). 179 more words

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