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More 5* REVIEWS of the poetry book 'Petals of Vision'

A deeper journey. I have found Christopher’s poetry so moving, it takes one on a deeper journey. His ability to dig deep into our human condition is unnerving.

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WATERLOO Sentence of the Day: p. 46

(The Duke of) Wellington liked the company of women, except for his wife, whom he detested.

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Sentence of the Day: Waterloo, May 1815

Currently reading: Waterloo, by Bernard Cornwell

It’s very fleet. Self’s barely begun (p. 28) and already Napoleon has escaped from Elba and mustered an army of 200,000 men. 89 more words

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DO THE MATH: THE FALL OF THE OTTOMANS, p. 263

The narrative has arrived at the siege of Kut.

Self knows not the exact location of Kut, but she won’t let something like that impede her reading. 170 more words

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The Fall of the Ottomans: p. 251

Just finished reading about the siege at Gallipoli: the numbers are staggering. One simply cannot grasp the idea of almost a million men fighting on one spit of land overlooking the Dardanelles. 249 more words

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Latest review: The Trophy Child by Paula Daly

By Ekta R. Garg

August 9, 2017

Genre: Psychological thriller/mystery

Release date: March 7, 2017

Rated: Bookmark it!

A woman determined to turn her child into the symbol of academic and extracurricular perfection goes missing. 717 more words

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Explore The Classical Creations By British Author Nicholas Hagger

“A man with diverse qualities” – if there is something that describes Nicholas Hagger, the British author, in a more appropriate way, it would be this. 516 more words

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