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'The Horse and his Boy' by C.S.Lewis

I am a little torn about this latest instalment of the Narnian chronicles. It tells the fairly straight forward narrative of a boy, Shasta, who has seemingly been abandoned since birth and brought up by Arsheesh, who treats him as little better than a slave. 1,149 more words

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The Stand-Up

She’s a stand-up, and she’s only 14.

So we’re driving down to Winchester on one of our Saturday afternoon jaunts, and I come off the soulless M3 motorway to take the old carriage way. 461 more words

Quirks Of History

Kathy Waller reblogged this on To write is to write is to write and commented:

[caption id="" align="alignleft" width="75" class="zemanta-img"]Jane Austen Jane Austen (Photo credit: Wikipedia)[/caption] Jane Austen at a PUB? Yes! Maddie Shrewsday, Kate's fourteen-year-old daughter, speculates on what Jane did there. Prepare to be enlightened. And to LAUGH.

'The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe' by C.S.Lewis

I have incredibly fond memories of ‘The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.’ Every Sunday late afternoon, when I was 9 or 10, we watched the BBC Adaptation of the novel and it was a revelation. 1,174 more words

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'The Magician's Nephew' by C.S.Lewis

This is such a wonderful children’s story and as I read it, I began to remember all the associations I had when I read it first some 25 years ago. 966 more words

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'Perfect' by Rachel Joyce

I really liked the sound of this book – two seconds are supposedly added to time – a two seconds that not only obsess the young protagonist, Bryon, but also ultimately prove fatal. 766 more words

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Historical Fiction vs Comtemporary Romance

Hello! Hope everyone had an awesome holiday break. I got in a little game time, and did a LOT of reading for the last few days of the challenge. 599 more words

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And....I'm Finished!!!!

Today marks the end of the Reading Bingo Challenge, and my completion of it. Considering I started reading November 11, and subtracting the six I read earlier in the year and applied to the challenge later, I’ve read 19 books in 60 days…roughly a book every 3 days. 99 more words

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