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Theory & Philosophy Reading Group 29: Peter Gelderloos

Friday 25 August 2017, 7pm: Join other thinkers, intellectuals, activists, and readers from the peninsula (and beyond) for our twenty ninth Theory & Philosophy Reading Group which will be exploring Peter Gelderloos’s new book… 83 more words


Short Ones- Mostly sweet !

Warwickshire Reading Groups book reviews;

One Kenilworth group enjoyed Our Endless Numbered Days by Claire Fuller.

They likened it to Room by Emma Donoghue. They thought it would make a good film! 173 more words

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Loves and Hates in this selection of reviews

Loves and Hates -it’s good to have variety, can’t please everyone!

Ashes of London by Andrew Taylor (also reviewed by Book Lovers of Southam), was absolutely loved by Bishop’s Tachbrook group. 559 more words

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Four Books to Read in Summer

Not difficult, not taxing, just good reads to try out..

Leamington Ladies read Where my Heart used to Beat by Sebastian Faulks. They considered it somewhat contrived, and the love story unsatisfactory,  but worthy of reading and discussion… 190 more words

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Some Excellent Books with Excellent Reviews!!

Louis de Bernieres  The Dust that Falls from Dreams

Bookworms at Harbury gave this top  marks  ( I concur—a wonderful book)  The group says it was the best discussion for quite a while, and was enjoyed by all. 253 more words

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Little Dorrit. Second Installment: Mysteries and Money

Second Installment: Book I, Chapters V-VIII.

One thing you need to know when you’re reading Charles Dickens: He wrote his stories in installments. 

Do you think that he’s a bit much to get through sometimes? 555 more words

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Llyfr a Llymed - Ruthin Library, 31/7/17, 7.30

Dadeni – Ifan Morgan Jones

An exciting fantasy novel which moves from rural Wales to the turmoil of the Assembly in Cardiff and to the Tower of London, peppered with a generous dollop of Welsh history and culture. 24 more words

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