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The Lifeboat: Can You Trust Yourself?

Few stories are more fascinating than those written through the viewpoint of an unreliable narrator.  This is one of the reasons why the book Atonement… 885 more words

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A new decade begins!

In a few days, I’ll turn thirty. I’m excited for it – from what I hear, it’s a great decade, and though my twenties weren’t entirely miserable, I’m happy to leave them behind and walk boldly in the direction of my future. 513 more words

Cate Talks About Herself

First batch of books read in 2015...

This year, in addition to randomly selecting books at the library, I decided to look at some lists of books recommended by others and order them in to my library branch… 825 more words

Book Review - The Lifeboat

Title: The Lifeboat

Author: Charlotte Rogan

Genre: Adult, Historical Fiction

Length: 337

Rating: 3.5 Star rounded down to 3

Description/Synopsis:

Grace Winter, 22, is both a newlywed and a widow. 552 more words

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4 Books and a Film

I love reading, and I’m quite a fast reader which can be annoying, as it means I rarely have new books so instead keep re-reading. However over the past few months I have read quite a few books, so I thought I’d write a bit about some of them which have particularly made me think. 771 more words

The lifeboat by Charlotte Rogan.

Is lifeboat-lit a genre yet? After reading Life of Pi, Jamrach’s Menagerie and finally this, I feel like it must be becoming one! I wanted to like this book more than I did, I just didn’t find that I engaged with it. 85 more words

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