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The Book Thief

The Book Thief

Have you ever come across a book that you instantly decide is a classic?! The Book Thief by Markus Zusak, […]

Dec 20, 2013     No Comments
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Maps For Lost Lovers

Maps For Lost Lovers

Nadeem Aslam’s book, Maps For Lost Lovers starts with this sentence in its opening paragraph: “The snow storm has rinsed […]

Dec 6, 2013     No Comments
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Mistress of Rome

Mistress of Rome

This, Kate Quinn’s debut novel, is a prime example of excellence in writing. I have seldom come across a plot […]

Nov 26, 2013     No Comments
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The House At Riverton

The House At Riverton

Reading this one, I was expecting to find a plot going back centuries; horrors unfathomable hidden deep inside the family Pandora box […]

Nov 26, 2013     No Comments
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Gone With The Wind By Margaret Mitchell

Gone With The Wind By Margaret Mitchell

Gone with the Wind is a novel written by Margaret Mitchell, first published in 1936. The story is set in […]

Nov 25, 2013     No Comments
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Lord Of the Flies – William Golding

Lord Of the Flies – William Golding

Lord of the Flies is a dystopian novel by Nobel Prize-winning author William Golding. The novel is usually classified as […]

Nov 12, 2013     No Comments
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Heroes of Olympus IV: The House of Hades

Heroes of Olympus IV: The House of Hades

The House of Hades is the fourth book in The Heroes of Olympus series by Rick Riordan. Rick Riordan continues […]

Nov 5, 2013     No Comments
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And The Mountains Echoed

And The Mountains Echoed

Being super obsessed with books, it was impossible for me to ignore Khaled Hosseini’s literary work. He has the ability […]

Oct 2, 2013     No Comments
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F(read)om. We Want.- Banned Books Week

F(read)om. We Want.- Banned Books Week

I pronounce myself guilty of reading banned books. Did I hear someone gasp? Probably not. Because reading banned books may […]

Oct 10, 2012     4 Comments
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A Game Of Thrones by George R. R. Martin

A Game Of Thrones by George R. R. Martin

With midterms in three days, a deliciously cool breeze wafting through my window, sunshine filling up my bedroom, and a brand new […]

Aug 29, 2012     3 Comments
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Reading – A Dying Tradition

Reading – A Dying Tradition

‘Medicine for the soul.’ One day, this will be the inscription on the door of my library when I have […]

Mar 18, 2012     4 Comments
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Developing a reading habit

Developing a reading habit

If you take a poll concerning people’s favourite pastime and include the following options: Watching movies, Gaming, Sleeping, and Reading. […]

Feb 19, 2012     19 Comments
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