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Three Short Reviews - Eileen (2015) - The Loney (2014) - Saturday (2005)

I finished so many novels recently that I will never be able to review them all. That’s why I decided to do a post with shorter reviews. 1,047 more words


Motive: #atozchallenge

Motive is a fundamental element of any work of fiction. In crime writing, the criminal’s motive is always one of the factors that single him out. 360 more words

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Books, music, and hard-boiled eggs.

Great books, great music, and…great hard-boiled eggs. It’s spring and just like the weather, my mind is jumping all over!

Just finished reading Ian McEwan’s book “The Children Act.” The words from the Yeat’s poem, and the song “Down By the Salley Gardens” is featured in the many special moments in this book. 300 more words


Dez anos de Fronteiras

Jornal do Comércio
Panorama | Pág. 2
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'Fronteiras' em seu novo ano

Correio do Povo
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The Children Act, Ian McEwan - Book Review

This was my first Ian McEwan read, after unsuccessfully attempting Atonement a few years ago. I think I needed those few years to mature into his writing and fully appreciate the topics he tackles and the skill and elegance with which he does it. 501 more words

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Atonement, by Ian McEwan / *****

Atonement‘s reputation precedes it, by just about any measure. It was the inspiration for a superb film of the same name, of course, but beyond that,  646 more words

Book Reviews