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The Lonely Traveller
We were travellers across worlds dazzling stars and lands far beyond peripheral sight, You the man who bore the fire of the sun  in his crystalised eyes, the passion for eternal knowledge  bristling from your vivacious heart. You took me by the hand and we ...

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Simon James Green Blog Takeover
Since I reviewed Noah Can't Even a few weeks ago, I've been dying to get a hold of Simon James Green as I had a plethora of questions I wanted to ask and as he's so lovely I managed to bag myself an interview with him, so I hereby welcome you to Simon James...

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How to Stop Time - Matt Haig
"I suddenly realise it doesn't matter. It doesn't matter that we age differently. It doesn't matter that there is no way of resisting the laws of time. The time ahead of you is the like the land beyond the ice. You can guess what it could be like but you ca...

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Noah Can't Even - Simon James Green
Can I even ? YES I CAN. Without a doubt, Simon James Green's debut YA novel Noah Can't Even  is one of the best books I have read this year; possibly one of my favourite YA books ever. The story follows down-on-his-luck Noah Grimes, as he navigates his way ...

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The Power - Naomi Alderman
"Jews: look to Miriam, not Moses, for what you can learn from her. Muslims: look to Fatimah, not Muhammad. Buddhists, remember Tara, the mother of liberation. Christians: pray to Mary for your salvation." It is through these haunting words that Naomi Alderm...

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The Bookshop Girl - Sylvia Bishop
If you're reading this, chances are, you probably like books. You probably would go as far to say you LOVE books, that if you chance upon a bookshop on your travels that you just HAVE to pop in for a browse and end up losing the rest of your day in there. T...

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Into the Water - Paula Hawkins
Chances are that most of you reading this will have read Paula Hawkins' The Girl on the Train , a book that took the world by storm and to this day has sold close to 20 million copies worldwide, hit the No.1 spot in 26 territories and has been turned into a...

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Little Deaths - Emma Flint
In the summer of 1965, two young children go missing in Queens while in the care of their mother. After an investigation is mounted and the search begins, both children are found dead. Neighbors speculate, whisper, that the mother, the enthralling, intoxica...

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Review | La La Land
As we all know, 2016 was a pretty bad year for everyone. Celebrities dropping dead willy nilly, Brexit being an actual THING and a walking buffoon with weetabix for hair became President of the United States. Fortunately, 2017 has already gone off to a flyi...

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The Goldfish Boy - Lisa Thompson
It's a new year which means it's time to shake off your dusty wigs and get your reading glasses back on as I'm back on the old blogger! It's been a rather busy few months (what EVEN was December?!) but I'm back, with a promise to you all of at LEAST one pos...
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