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Review: Last Orders – Graham Swift 

‘Last Orders’ is the most I’ve enjoyed one of the Booker winners for a while now. It might be in part due to the context in which I read it – the start of a two week tropical holiday with … Continue reading

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Review: The Ghost Road – Pat Barker

The Ghost Road is the last part of a trilogy about World War One, I’ve not read the first two but decided to jump straight in with number 3. It’s set in the final months of the war and follows … Continue reading

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Review: Rites of Passage – William Golding

William Golding has to be best know for his famous novel ‘Lord of the Flies’, a novel I’ve not read since school, but is a story of savagery in an isolated and trapped environment not dissimilar to the ship in … Continue reading

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