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A book addicts ramblings and reviews.
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Hops & Glory by Pete Brown Hops and Glory tells the story of one man quest to recreate and replicate the epic journey that turned swill into the glory that is IPA. Pete Brown book is a masterful melding of a travelogue, history and damn good story telling. ...
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Blood River
History is best told from the ground level from where it came from. Blood River tells the history of the Congo from this view and does it with gusto. Tim Butcher combines history with his travel's through this area as he tries to follow in the steps of the ...
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It' Death But Not As You Know It
I love these books that cover subjects that happen everyday but not many people want to talk about. Caitlin Doughty brings the reader into the world of death, crematoriums and the funeral business. She does it with a touch of humour, decorum and most import...
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The Sting Of The Wild
As the title suggests this book is about wild things that sting. Further to this it is about a entomologist who has come up with a scale to rate such stings. Being an Australian I was unaware of a lot of these little critters but that did not diminish my en...
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We Dive To Survive
Sooner are later I am expecting Nicholas Sansbury Smith to drop the ball. Surely he can't keep up this pace whilst maintaining the quality. Well in his this second instalment of the Hell Diver Trilogy he has managed to deliver yet another top notch read. Gh...
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A Grim & Gritty Read
North Water delivers a cracking horror yarn set amidst the whaling trade of the 19th Century. Ian McGuire doesn't hold back in the telling of this tale and this adds to grittiness of the tale. This book has several different narratives running alongside eac...
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The Werewolves Are Back In Town
 Okay people sorry for the sound of silence lately. But I am back and I have a heap of great reviews heading your way. Starting with the following:        I approached this read with some apprehension as the thought of a werewolf novel seemed a bit dated ...
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BOOM...Its Out Of The Park!!!!!
Tracker s 2: The Hunted by Nicholas Sansbury Smith The new kid on the block has smashed a home run yet again with Trackers 2. He has continued where he left off plunging the reader into the terrifying world in which the USA is reeling from a devastating EMP...
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The Mole People
I am delighted to have Pamellia back on board on sharing her thought on some excellent reads. The Mole People Beneath the City by Evans Light What a delightful read!  This is the best story I have read for a
while.  It's full of interesting
characters which...
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Great Mix of Fun and Fantasy
  NPCs by Drew Hayes What happens in those RPG worlds when the
last dice is rolled and the DM ends the session. Do the NPC's (Non Playing
Characters to those not in the know) vanish or do their lives continue on away
from those pesky and stupid adventurers?...
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