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Rain: Four Walks in English Weather - Melissa Harrison

Rain: Four Walks in English Weather by Melissa Harrison

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Melissa Harrison uses the quote from fell-walker Alfred Wainwright in the introduction “There is no such thing as bad weather, only unsuitable clothing” which sets the tone for her latest book… 511 more words

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Cover Reveal - The Graces

Eeee! Well, I told you that I’d be able to share some more information about The Graces soon and here it is! I’m a bit in love with this cover. 123 more words

Arkham Reviews

David Oyelowo to Star in and Produce Adaptation of Gary Younge's Book About Child Shootings

David Oyelowo will produce and star in the big-screen version of Another Day in the Death of America, an upcoming nonfiction book about child shootings in the U.S… 158 more words


USA, Ashland. Vatnsberinn

Ég sé fimm gulbrúnar endur á vappi milli þúfnanna í grasinu við bæjarhlaðið. Þær ganga í hnapp, höggva höfðinu af og til niður í grasið og ef ein þeirra gengur af stað koma hinar endurnar í humátt á eftir. 694 more words

A Candle, Three Shells and a Mysterious Note...

Hello everyone!

Sorry for the delay in posting my review of Rogue by Julie Kagawa. I made a last minute decision to use Camp NaNoWriMo… 144 more words

Arkham Reviews

The Book of Memory – Petina Gappah

When I read Petina Gappah’s debut short story collection, An Elegy for Easterly, back in 2010 I was pretty much bowled over by it. Somehow I missed her debut novel coming out last year and so was… 1,261 more words


Review: Fever City, Tim Baker's dark debut novel about the sinister trail leading to assassination of JFK

I wasn’t very old but I remember the assassination of President Kennedy. I remember watching as my mother dabbed at her tears with the corner of her apron while the television reports invaded our living room. 409 more words