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Book Review: Common Ground by Rob Cowen

Common Ground by Rob Cowen My rating: 5 of 5 stars It has taken me a while to read Rob Cowen’s Common Ground, because I’ve wanted to savour it. It reminds me of classic natural history books such as J … Continue reading

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2014 Review and a Look Ahead

I don’t tend to do review of the year posts each year, sometimes I’ll take a theme and just cover that, other times I won’t bother at all. The latter is more often the norm. 2014 however has been a … Continue reading

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Twenty Four And Counting

This is my fourth year of undertaking GoodReads Reading Challenge. Each year I’ve set out to read a certain number of books in the year. Each year I’ve read less than the previous year. This year my target is at … Continue reading

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My Twenty Minute Rule & My Fifty Page Rule

How often do you start reading a book or watching a movie and you just can’t get into the story / plot. This has happened to me more times than I can remember, and over the years I’ve developed a … Continue reading

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Book Review – The House of Dolls by David Hewson

It’s not often that I can stay up late reading a book, my body / mind can’t cope and I fall asleep, however over the last week I’ve been staying up, turning the pages of David Hewson‘s new book. The House … Continue reading

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Out today… The House of Dolls

I’m really looking forward to reading David’s latest book. Amsterdam = a city that I know relatively well, but am expecting to discover in a whole new set of ways. Pieter Vos = a new series character. I love a … Continue reading

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Book Review: Pandora’s Temple by Jon Land

Synopsis: What if Pandora’s box was real. That’s the question facing Former Special Forces commando and rogue agent Blaine McCracken who returns from a 15-year absence from the page in his tenth adventure. McCracken has never been shy about answering … Continue reading

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