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“BOOKS MAY WELL BE THE ONLY TRUE MAGIC.” – ALICE HOFFMAN

1. The Book Thief – Markus Zusak
Australian author Markus Zusak must have made an absolute killing with his World War Two tale of Death’s activities in Nazi Germany. 101 more words

Books

"If you take a book with you..."

“If you take a book with you on a journey,” Mo had said when he put the first one in her box, “an odd thing happens: The book begins collecting your memories.

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Am I Really Seeing That?? Are my Books Really Destroyed?!?!

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I have no words other than sheer heartbreak right now – some time ago my hubby cleaned off the top of our kitchen armoire and put our books into trash bags and put said bags outside – why?   196 more words

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Quick Tip #2 - "Reckless"

Angesicht der Tatsache, dass Cornelia Funke endlich den dritten Band ihrer “Reckless”-Reihe um Will und Jacob und den düsteren Abenteuern, die sie gemeinsam mit dem Mädchen “Fuchs” zusammen erleben, veröffentlicht hat, muss ich doch mal einen “Quick-Tip” daran verschwenden ;) 163 more words

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Ink-Breath

Half term breaks give plenty of opportunity to catch up on long-lost reading, so here we go. I just want this posted – it’s the third time that this particular post has mysteriously vanished! 227 more words

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Book of the Month: Inkheart by Cornelia Funke

This month’s read is the YA fantasy Inkheart, by Cornelia Funke.  I’ve been wanting to read this book for years and was happy that I finally got around to doing it.   527 more words

Book Review

The Genre of Fantasy

Personally my favourite genre of literature is fantasy – the beautiful imaginative writing on worlds and creatures unknown and unthinkable. The appeal of fantasy is that it works beyond the surface and is far more individualistic and personal than perhaps even an autobiography. 522 more words