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Done With Men- A non-A to Z Book review.


Done With Men by Shuchi Singh Kalra

This book comes as a part of the blog tour by The Book Club. As much as I enjoy the heavy tomes of books, I equally adore chick-lits. 630 more words

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97. Brewdog's Baby Dogma

I have the very great pleasure of going to Aberdeen for the Brewdog AGM in the summer, so I had been deliberately avoiding having any until then so that I could have a “Brewdog week” and get through a tonne of their stuff in one go. 125 more words

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91. Kestrel Pilsner Lager Beer

It have to admit that for what looks like a very cheap nasty lager (and at £1.25 for a pint can it is very cheap), Kestrel has a fair amount of history to go with it. 122 more words

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85. Hogsback's T.E.A.

T.E.A stands for Traditional English Ale, although I’m not quite sure what that is. It’s basically a goldy brown bitter, and its tagline is that its “well balanced and hoppy”, which is a bit strange, as balance was something it seemed to lack. 66 more words

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82. Foster's Lager

The UK’s second favourite lager and one of Australia’s least favourites, Foster’s enjoys a much maligned reputation amongst those of a beardy-beery persuasion. I’ve lost count of the number of times I’m told “no one drinks Foster’s in Australia”, but I’m not sure that means we shouldn’t enjoy it, as if Australians are great judge of a quality beer. 135 more words

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Daniel's Diary- A Romance in Past and Present


Daniel’s Diary by Rajeshwari Chauhan

This book comes as a part of the blog tour by The Book Club. The first thing that attracted me to this book was the stunning book cover and the promise of an historical story set in Mughal era. 862 more words

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