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The Moreland Clinic in the countryside around Lewes (in England) is at the center of this novel about characters on the verge of various emotional turning points. 266 more words

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eARC Review: Isla's Inheritance by Cassandra Page

Title: Isla’s Inheritance

Author: Cassandra Page

Publication Date: Oct 9th 2014

Rating: 3.5 stars

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Making time for The Timekeeper

This week I read a new book by one of my favourite authors – Mitch Albom. I always find myself approaching a new book by a favourite author with something somewhere between excitement and trepidation – what if falls so far short of the other books? 186 more words

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1971: The Summer of the Swans (In which swans play very little part)


Laurinda’s Rating: 2.5/5

Summer of the Swans primarily focuses on the relationship between awkward teenager Sarah and her mentally handicapped brother Charlie. Sarah is in the self-criticism phase of growing up; she spends much of the book moaning to her older sister about what she hates about herself, from the orange shoes she dyed puce to her skinny legs. 397 more words

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'The Job' (Fox and O'Hare 3) by Janet Evanovich and Lee Goldberg

If you are a fan of crime capers you may be aware of Janet Evanovich, who writes the Stephanie Plum novels. ‘The Job’ is the third book in a new series around Kate O’Hare, an ex-marine F.B.I. 489 more words

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1970: Sounder (life can be ruff)


Sally’s Rating: 2/5

William Armstrong’s Sounder takes a somber look at the relationship between a dog and his master while also combining the themes of identity, loneliness and literacy into a gloomy tale on the perseverance of the human spirit. 356 more words

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A Subtle Grace

Here’s my review of a great, new Christian historical romance novel:

A Subtle Grace is the long awaited sequel to Ellen Gable’s book In Name Only… 137 more words