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Review: Printer's Devil Court by Susan Hill.

I’m sorry for the absence of a quote to use for this review, I know it is out of the ordinary for me and while I do enjoy quotes and the consistency with which I use them, I have been so dreadfully busy with revision that it somehow escaped me to look out for one. 481 more words

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TBRTakedown Readathon!!

Hello people of the book world!!
I know I usually just post on Saturdays and Wednesdays, but I’m going to try and post more, especially because….*drum roll*….I’m going to be doing the TBRTakedown Readathon! 370 more words


Harry Potter, Duck & Waffle, and...er...Death.

I’ve already been on the WB Studio Tour, but my mother — who, after watching me obsess over the books, was forced (by me) to start reading the books, and subsequently fell in love with the story — hadn’t before, so this was close to the top of her list for her visit. 582 more words

Predictions with EXTREME caution - WIB/OMAM

Hi guys

Lots of you have been asking me for predictions.  I’m happy to tell you what hasn’t come up yet but please treat these ideas with extreme caution.   89 more words


The Woman in Black - New Theatre, Cardiff

Originally published on The Public Reviews, May 2015

Adapted by: Stephen Mallatratt
Writer: Susan Hill
Director: Robin Herford
Reviewer: Beth Steer

Based on the 1983 horror novella by Susan Hill, … 398 more words


Woman in Black - Conventions of a Ghost Story/Plot Summaries/Key Conventions

When answering section A of the AQA Literature exam on ‘Modern Texts’, it is essential for you to know the plot and structure of the novel you have been studying. 1,472 more words


Woman in Black - 'Whistle and I'll come to you'

There is a possibility that there may be a question based around the Chapter Whistle and I’ll Come to You. (past years have looked at the preceding chapters in order, so maybe…..) 794 more words