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Michael Chabon - Moonglow

It seems that 2017 is the year my TBR jar decided to focus on Michael Chabon as it has chosen three of his books : Telegraph Avenue ,which I liked but found too Pynchonesque, The Yiddish Policeman’s Union, which I found clever more than anything else and Moonglow, which could possibly be my favourite book of his after The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay. 444 more words

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Made At Home by Giorgio Locatelli

Made At Home by Giorgio Locatelli

Review by Kylie Thompson

Rating: 4 stars

Genre: Cooking

Publisher: 4th Estate/ Harper Collins

Giorgio Locatelli is a Michelin-starred chef with a gift for Italian cooking- not surprising, given he was raised in Italy and worked in his family’s restaurant. 532 more words

Kylie Thompson

Moonglow – Michael Chabon (book review)

I was lucky enough to get my hands on an advanced copy of this book, but waited until I reread on holiday to review. I have to put in a disclaimer – I love Michael Chabon. 282 more words

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Borne - Jeff VanderMeer

4th Estate 2017

My previous work on Jeff VanderMeer HERE

When I review this work, my thoughts will appear in the thought stream below…

Crisis at all ages - 4th Estate Literary Salon

A literary salon involves stimulating conversation, lively debate, challenging opinions, all inspired by literature. 4th Estate is one of the most innovative and varied imprints in the book industry, and their Literary Salons bring together great minds for just this. 922 more words

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Book Review: Birds Art Life Death by Kyo Maclear

“One winter, Kyo Maclear became unmoored. Her father had recently fallen ill and she suddenly found herself lost for words. As a writer, she could no longer bring herself to create; her work wasn’t providing the comfort and meaning that it had before. 215 more words

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“Lying Press” — cartoon by Pat Bagley

Cartoon by Pat Bagley, carried by Cagle Cartoons [www.caglecartoons.com].

(Higher resolution image file found at various online newspapers, for example at the Salt Lake Tribune… 14 more words