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Author – John Wyndham

Year of Publication – 1968

Rating -4/5

I knew nothing about the author or the genre of his stories before picking this book up.I have always walked by ignoring the stack of Wyndham’s book in old Penguin Modern Classic Editions,in my local book-store .One day while me and my friend were browsing through the book-store ,he mentioned you should try John Wyndhams book.A few weeks later, I ordered this new edition from Amazon 😅.This is the story of how the author came under my radar.If you know nothing about the author ,it is better to go blindly into his work.If you have are familiar you know what to expect . 335 more words


British Books Challenge 2017 - The Round Up

2017 was another fantastic year of British books. I really love participating in this challenge and always surprise myself with the amount I manage to read. 845 more words

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Summer at the Lake by Erica James

This highly addictive novel begins in Oxford, England where we meet 3 people: Floriana, Adam and Esme. Floriana is a young Tour Guide, Adam is a Property Developer, and Esme is an old lady who lives with her cat. 304 more words

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Harry Potter And the Philosopher's Stone

 Author – J.K Rowling

Rating – 5/5

Year of Publication -1997

“It does not do to dwell on dreams and forget to live.”

A eleven year old orphan on his birthday discovers ,he is a famous wizard.We follow this boys journey to the magical school of Hogwarts.As we readers follow Harry’s adventures, one slowly gets awed by the brilliance of Rowling’s imagination-Sorting hats, Every Flavour beans,owls as pets,learning magic,Mirror of Erised, Quiditch, and Invisible Cloak to name a few. 355 more words


Book review: How to Stop Time, Matt Haig

I feel kind of proud of myself that I got around to reading a bestseller while it’s still a bestseller and not years after the fact. 339 more words


Leave it to PSmith by P. G. Wodehouse

PSmith is a superb and absurd creation by Wodehouse. This story is the 4th and final novel in the PSmith series and the 2nd book in the Blandings Castle series. 443 more words

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Some Tame Gazelle by Barbara Pym

Barbara Pym is one of those authors whose writing is highly readable. Everything flows and is gentle with wonderful descriptions and dialogue. She not the kind of author where you remember a line of dialogue or a phrase from, but you remember her and her pleasantly entertaining style with a dash of gentle irony. 549 more words

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