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No Regrets

by Tabitha Webb I enjoyed this book. It's funny and light hearted. It made me snigger a good few times. With these troubled times we find ourselves in this book is a good one to read. I could also associate with all of the characters as well, as they are all getting to the end… Continue reading No Regrets

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The Summer We Ran Away

by Jenny Oliver This is a very funny laugh out loud, feel good book with some rekindling of love that had become strained. It made me laugh out loud many times, it also made me cringe the odd time too. A light heart'ed book to read during the summer. With such funny escapades that are… Continue reading The Summer We Ran Away

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The Cat And The City

by Nick Bradley This is such a charming, easy to read book. I thoroughly enjoyed it. It's built up with lots of short stories that actually intertwine with each other. Some of the characters also appear in the other stories. The book also has some of Japan's modern day cultures in it, like the cat… Continue reading The Cat And The City

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The Ninth Child

by Sally Magnusson I enjoy reading historical fiction and I enjoyed this book too, but I did find it a bit hard going. I couldn't really get in to it. I enjoyed the historical fact about the building of the aqueducts to supply Glasgow with fresh water, to try and stop disease in Glasgow especially… Continue reading The Ninth Child

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The Summer Fields

by L P Fergusson Another great book by L P Fergusson. I couldn't put it down, I ended up reading late in to the night on a couple of occasions, until I finished the book. This book was like reading a classic such as Emily Bronte's Wuthering Heights. Except that you didn't have to try… Continue reading The Summer Fields