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A Great Book Podcast: A Good Read

Hello Everyone,

I will be back Sunday with an update on this week, but I wanted to highlight a recent podcast obsession of mine. Part of this quest has been the realization that many of the books I read and even hear about on my podcasts are the ones getting the most buzz at the moment, or books that came out more recently. 160 more words

Podcasts

Author Guide: F. W. Boreham

This is a guide to where to find the many books of F. W. Boreham, prolific English writer who ministered for three decades down under, in New Zealand, Tasmania, and Australia. 1,248 more words

F. W. Boreham

The Human Factor by Graham Greene

The Human Factor is a novel about a very ordinary, almost nondescript, man who makes his living in the shady world of espionage.  It’s not your typical spy novel however. 1,487 more words

Book Reviews

Reservoir 13 by Jon McGregor [Book Review]

Of all the books long-listed for the 2017 Man Booker prize, Reservoir 13 by Jon McGregor was the one I most wanted to read.  Having done so I’m at a loss to understand why the Booker judges failed to select this for the shortlist. 1,127 more words

Book Reviews

Review: Feeding Time by Adam Biles

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

This début novel is possibly the quirkiest one I’ve ever read. It’s set in a care home from hell, Green Oaks, which is directed/neglected by Raymond Cornish, a middle-aged guy who needs serious therapy himself and spends most of his time ensconced in his office, masturbating and leching over a teenage girl he can see out of the window at the bus stop most days and with whom he’s determined to get his end away. 557 more words

Reading

Newest review: The Art of Hiding by Amanda Prowse

By Ekta R. Garg

September 13, 2017

Genre: Women’s fiction

Date published: Aug. 22, 2017

Rated: Bookmark it!

A housewife finds out in the hardest way possible that her family has gone bankrupt. 713 more words

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