I can count on my hand how many books I’ve read in reference to The Great War or The War to End All Wars. Too few, most of the attention is centered around the WWII, unsurprisingly. 441 more words
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In my experience, the pain of losing someone never really goes away; you just learn to live with it. Emma Brockes, a journalist, writes a memoir about her mother, her mother’s childhood, and her journey through grief. 766 more words
This is my nominee for the 2015 novel Hugo.
Yes, I liked it that much. I bought this YA speculative fiction novel when I saw Gollancz tweet an opening day offer, because I’d greatly enjoyed one of Pinborough’s tie-in novels and wanted to read more by her. 296 more words
As part of my #2016goals, I have to read at least one book per month. I’m done with one book last month and now that it’s February, I’ve got myself Raymond Khoury’s 323 more words