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Review: The English Patient – Michael Ondaatje

I’ve been reading this book for months and months, I think I checked it out the library last year, pre Christmas. It got so bad they stopped letting me renew it online so I had to go into the library … Continue reading

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Review: Schindler’s Ark – Thomas Keneally

I think this book is the first that’s really blown me away of all the Booker winners I’ve read so far. I was (& still am) a bit confused as to why it won the Booker prize for fiction when … Continue reading

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Review: The Narrow Road to the Deep North – Richard Flanagan

I got really swept up in this book in a way that doesn’t happen very often (and even less frequently when I’m not on holiday). The title, ‘The Narrow Road to the deep north’ refers to the Burma death railway … Continue reading

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