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The Gargoyle by Andrew Davidson

I enjoy reading love stories that offer more than the actually build up of the relationship. The type that doesn’t solely focus on how they met, the problems they will face, and then whether one of them gets to live in the end. 794 more words

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May Reading: The Gargoyle by Andrew Davidson.

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The Gargoyle by Andrew Davidson

This is another book recommended by a fellow blogger.  Their review sounded great so I like to take a chance on these things now and again, not knowing anything about the book whatsoever. 45 more words

The Gargoyle - Andrew Davidson - Review

So…I’ve done another vlog. There are so many things that I could apologise for about it, but I won’t. I’m learning still and it’s only my 2nd time of being in front of a camera. 368 more words

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The Gargoyle

I have just finished reading the second book from my Great Re-Read of 2015 list: The Gargoyle by Andrew Davidson.

I am not going to lie to you, the reason I bought this book, back in 2008 is purely because of the cover and the black page edges.   886 more words

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The Gargoyle ****

It’s been a loooong while since I’ve finished a book. Do any of you readers feel guilty when it takes you forever to finish a book? 615 more words

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Review: The Gargoyle, Andrew Davidson

I really wanted to like this. I know a lot of people love this book. It also has glowing recommendations on the back and inner pages from the likes of the Observer, the Guardian, the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal – I mean, really, you would think this was a sure thing. 371 more words

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Four Books About Past Lives

The first snows of the year have fallen, 2014 is drawing to a close, and winter always gets me thinking about the ends of things. But what ends now begins again with the coming of 2015 and spring (although that won’t happen until at least April) and the question of whether lives work in the same way usually pops into my head as snowflakes drift past my window. 500 more words