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The Amazing Maurice and his Educated Rodents – Terry Pratchett

Discworld #28 is a YA tale that’s a spin on the Pied Piper fairy story. Continue reading

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Russell Wiley is Out to Lunch – Richard Hine

A review of my first book of 2013 – Russell Wiley is Out to Lunch Continue reading

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RED Book 20: Charlotte Street – Danny Wallace

Danny Wallace’s first novel, Charlotte Street, is about a young man, the woman with the amazing smile he meets by chance and the photos on the disposable camera she accidentally leaves behind. Continue reading

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RED Book 13: Remix – Lexi Revellian

My review of Lexi Revellian’s Remix – a pretty decent light crime thriller. Continue reading

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RED book 7: The Book Thief – Markus Zusak

A review of The Book Thief – a book that was an interesting read even if tough to finish. Continue reading

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RED book 6: Blood Music – Greg Bear

Another SciFi book I first read in my 20s. This time it’s about inner rather than outer space. Continue reading

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RED book 4: Amsterdam – Ian McEwan

A woman’s ex-lovers meet at her funeral and this gives rise to some interesting moral dilemmas. Continue reading

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RED book 3: A Quiet Belief in Angels – R.J. Ellory

A review of a book about a serial killer, but not your average dark crime thriller. This has a slower, steadier pace. It’s a tough read but very evocative and a rewarding read ultimately. Continue reading

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6000 Pages 2011, The Waterproof Bible – Andrew Kaufman (pages 10755-11059)

A strange little book that I nevertheless enjoyed. Continue reading

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6000 Pages 2011, Cast, in Order of Disappearance – Simon Brett (pages 10579-10755)

A comic mystery from the 1970s. Who killed Marcus Steen the theatre impressario and why? Continue reading

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