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Why Relive WWII?

She said, “I am in the future now, and I suppose this book is bearing witness to the past.” Kate Atkinson was born in late December 1951. 571 more words


Death Bed Visions and Connections

I’ve just returned from a couple of days in Melbourne where we visited The Royal Children’s Hospital for my sons last cardiac appointment and Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre where I had another appointment with an endocrinologist. 178 more words

Back to the Beginning

Life After Life by Kate Atkinson
narrated by Fenella Woolgar

Method of consumption: Audiobook, then Hardcover

Book Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️💫
Audio Rating: DNF

My experience with this book was much like the main character’s life.   440 more words

Book Review

Life After Life

Life after Life vanquishes away,
more and more every day.
For as long as I can remember,
death has been a cruel family member.
Unkind and uncaring, 80 more words


November 2017: This month, I have mostly been reading

Only two books this month which takes my total number of books read to forty three this year so it doesn’t look like I’ll be making a nice round 50 by the end of the year. 703 more words


Trick of Time

Why think separately of this life than the next

When one is born from the last?

Time is always too short for those who need it… 64 more words

Relationships & Lifestyle

Life After Life by Kate Atkinson mini-review

This week’s mini-review is courtesy of Mundaring School for Seniors Book Club. Life After Life by Kate Atkinson was rated from 6/10 to 9.5/10, so some people loved it and for others it was a bit “meh”! 137 more words