Category Archive: Books

Conform For The Sake of Survival: in Divergent

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In the future ruins of Chicago, civilisation have divided themselves into five factions in order to make sure the peace remains. Abnegation for the self-less, Amity for the peaceful, Candor for the truthful,… Continue reading

Book Review: Text Message Only Please

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How often have you received a text from a number you don’t recognise and felt compelled to reply ”Who’s This”. I am one of these people and I bet that you are too… Continue reading

Trudi Canavan’s: Age of the Five Trilogy

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First there was the Age of Many, where the world was filled with gods. But the gods were often cruel and violent towards their followers. So five gods: Chaia, Huan, Lore, Yranna and… Continue reading

Shine On: A Doctor Sleep Review

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Stephen King is the novelist who needs no introduction, the master of horror, the author of over 50 books  such as ‘Pet Sematary’, ‘Misery’, ‘The Green Mile’, ‘It’, and ‘Christine’. he has also… Continue reading

Christmas Book Review: North Pole Reform School by Jaimie Admans

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What it’s about: Mistletoe Bell hates Christmas. So would you if you had a name like hers. Her Christmas-mad parents make the festive season last all year, and with another Christmas looming, Mis… Continue reading

Book Review of With Love at Christmas by Carole Matthews

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Looking for the perfect Christmas read? This fun-filled, heart-warming story is perfect for those curling up on the sofa with a cuppa on those chilly winter nights and will be sure to get… Continue reading

4 Writing Retreats to Awaken Your Inner Novelist

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Great Britain is a land chock full of writers, professional, amateur and aspiring. Some write short stories, some write novels, others write informative non-fiction tomes about historical figures, religion or politics. Whatever your… Continue reading

Just For Christmas by Scarlett Bailey

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Blurb: When Alex Munro learns that the love of her life is getting married to another girl, all she wants is to be alone – and as far away from Edinburgh as possible. Moving to… Continue reading

Sir Alex Ferguson: My Story

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I’ve decided to do something a little different today. I’m not a big reader of autobiographies but for several years now, I’ve bought them for my Dad. I say them, but I just… Continue reading

My Favourite Books of 2013

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For my first article,I’ve decided to do something a little special rather than just write a normal book review. I mean, you’ll see plenty of those! So, I’ve decided to share my favourite reads… Continue reading