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Reading roundup 21/08/19

There will be only one Reading Roundup post this week, as usual. I have read two books, both very different. Here is the first one: The Secret Chord by Geraldine Brooks was a real departure for me. This is a … Continue reading

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Reading roundup 15/08/19: part two!

As I missed writing last week’s roundup post, I decided to split the fortnight’s reading into two separate posts, yesterday’s and today’s. Here are a few more books… Zima Blue and Other Stories by Alastair Reynolds was a fascinating short … Continue reading

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Reading roundup 14/08/19

It is two weeks since I last wrote one of these Reading Roundups and so I think that I will break up the long list of books into two posts, with the second one tomorrow. My first book was Nora … Continue reading

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Reading roundup 31/07/19

So, we have arrived at the last reading post of July already! I am not well today, so this will be a rather basic version of the usual roundup. I finished two books last week, as I was rather distracted … Continue reading

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Reading roundup 24/07/19

Well, last week’s reading was much more successful than the week before’s. I definitely chose the right books this time! The first book of the week was Year One (Chronicles of the One #01) by Nora Roberts. Here is the … Continue reading

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Reading roundup 17/07/19

This situation hardly ever happens to me, especially these days. Last week’s books turned out to be very poor choices in that I didn’t enjoy either of them! Despite a good range of stock at the Library to select from, … Continue reading

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Reading roundup 10/07/19

I enjoyed two very different books this week, one historical, the other science fiction. It is wonderful to have libraries which give us access, free at the point of use, to a wealth of choice for our reading. The first … Continue reading

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