Tag Archives: Books

13. Still Alice by Lisa Genova

My 52 Books Challenge is finally picking up pace – this was another one-day job during the week, and I’m so glad to have finally read it! Now, before I go any further I do have a confession to make. … Continue reading

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12. The Girl On The Train by Paula Hawkins

My book for this week is the summer hit The Girl On The Train by Paula Hawkins. I’m signed up to Sunny Sweet Pea’s Bloggers Book Club, but as yet have been unable to participate in the chats due to … Continue reading

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11. Women Warriors: Stories From The Thin Blue Line by John M. Wills

My 52 Books Challenge is slowly creeping along! I actually have two other reviews fcoming your way soon, thanks to a sudden breakthrough with speed reading, so keep an eye out for those up soon! Today, however, a slight departure … Continue reading

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10. Very Good Lives by JK Rowling

I am so glad to have finally got my hands on this book. I’ve been on a two month book buying ban to help me get through some of the backlog I’ve accumulated (my shelves are overflowing and there is … Continue reading

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9. The Readaholics and the Falcon Fiasco by Laura DiSilverio

I admit, at this stage it looks as though the chances of me having any chance of completing my 52 Books Challenge is approaching nil, but I will not give up! I did actually manage to get through two books … Continue reading

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8. I Capture The Castle by Dodie Smith

A few weeks ago when recuperating at home over the Easter weekend, my mum and I started a spring cleaning purge of epic proportions, going through some of my childhood things that are still boxed up at my mum’s. There … Continue reading

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7. The Opposite of Loneliness by Marina Keegan

For the next in my (slightly ailing) 52 Books Challenge, I am reviewing The Opposite of Loneliness by Marina Keegan. This lovely book is the lasting legacy of a rising star, shot down far too soon. Marina was graduated magna … Continue reading

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