It’s that time of year when everywhere is swallowed up by best of lists. I wasn’t going to do one of these, but then I started reading other lists and thinking, oh but I would put this on instead, or this, and so I thought, I would write one. 692 more words
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First published in April 2012.
The Book of Summers by Emylia Hall has already received high praise from reviewers and critics alike. The prologue of the novel, told from the third person perspective, focuses upon the character of Marika, the long-estranged mother of protagonist Beth Lowe. 830 more words