Monthly Archives: December 2014

Review: Wolf Hall – Hilary Mantel

A lady called Wendy has written a brilliant opener to her review of Wolf Hall on the good reads website, and whilst I don’t have the grammatical knowledge to agree or disagree with the rest of her review I think … Continue reading

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Review: The Inheritance of Loss – Kiran Desai

This book has two stories running in parallel about people on opposite sides of the world: Biju, the only son of an Indian cook, who left India for America in search of a better life (whether the decision to leave … Continue reading

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Review: The Luminaries – Eleanor Catton

I’ve just got back from a 2 week holiday – at least of week of which was dedicated to beach time. Because of this I decided a perfect holiday download on my Kindle would be Eleanor Catton’s weighty tome ‘The … Continue reading

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