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Review – The Fifth Child

  Publisher: Harper Perennial  Cover Art: Henri Bureau/Corbis Format: Paperback Pages: 159 Rating: 2/5 Book Depository: Paperback* Content Warnings: Violence; animal cruelty; disability discrimination; neglect   Harriet and David pride themselves on their normality, choosing to actively reject anything extraordinary around them. Meeting in a period of time when everyone else is obsessed with sex, drugs and counterculture, Harriet and David… Continue reading Review – The Fifth Child

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Review – Vox

      Publisher: HQ Format: Hardback Pages: 326 Rating: 2/5   In Dalcher's America, something sinister has happened to the women - they have been silenced. Worse than that, the government torture them with a teasing allocation of one hundred words a day, with horrific consequences if they don't adhere to the rules. Women are not free… Continue reading Review – Vox

Wrap Ups

July Wrap Up 2018

  I read a total of ten books in July - one hardback, seven paperbacks and two e-books. This was an extremely good reading month for me, as I didn't give any of the books I read below a three star rating and I managed to read a lot despite being ill for two weeks… Continue reading July Wrap Up 2018

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Review – Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine

Publisher: Harper Collins Format: Paperback Pages: 383 Rating: 5/5   In this story, the endearing, if slightly out of the ordinary character of Eleanor Oliphant attempts to convince the readers that she is completely fine, even when the evidence suggests otherwise. She spends all week knuckling down at work and the weekends at home by herself with a Tesco… Continue reading Review – Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine