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Review: The Book Thief by Markus Zusak

Book: The Book Thief
Author: Markus Zusak
Publisher: Black Swan
Release date: 2006
Page count: 584
Genres: Historical Fiction

This is the tale of the book thief, as narrated by Death.

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Lunch at P.S. Cafe, Singapore

Before heading back to Rotterdam, one of my best friends and I decided to head out to lunch together. We decided to head to P.S. Cafe at Palais Renaissance – there are numerous outlets in Singapore – since that was closest to our homes. 537 more words


The Scar Boys by Len Vlahos

The FlavorsThe Scar Boys tastes like a cheeseburger. It Is the quintessential example of life as a teenager. They layers of toppings are mixed and mashed and rearranged in a million different ways. 306 more words


Dinner at Hua Ting, Singapore

For my birthday this year we decided to head to Hua Ting for dinner. I’d been wanting to eat Peking duck, since my family and I hadn’t eaten any for quite some time. 628 more words


Review ~ Heart of Clay ~ Shanna Hatfield

Heart of Clay (The Women of Tenacity)
by Shanna Hatfield

Strong-willed, successful and determined, Callan Matthews lives the facade of a happy, wonderful life. Unfortunately, unbridled chaos runs amuck in the deep, dark places of her heart as she struggles to keep herself together. 652 more words

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Review- Lest Old Marine's Be Forgot- Heather Long

She never stopped grieving…

It’s New Year’s Eve, and thirty years since Brenda Connors buried the only man she ever loved. Every year on the anniversary of his death, she rings in the New Year, alone and grieving. 419 more words


Christian Louboutin Balindono flats

Considering 99% of my wardrobe is pretty classic and plain, I’m always looking for fun new ways to add a pop of colour and interest, I also basically live in flats (despite a shoe wardrobe which would convince you otherwise) so when I saw these last year, I just  75 more words

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