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The Name of Red

by Beena Khan I really enjoyed this book, and its a genre that I haven't knowingly come across before: Asian American Literature. I found it very thought provoking. I also loved the two main characters and learning about their culture and how they see their world. It has been subtly written. Also I'd like to… Continue reading The Name of Red

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The Twelve Dates of Christmas

by Jenny Bayliss This book is really enjoyable. It has already put me in the spirit of Christmas, making me wish Christmas was a bit nearer than it is, so I can put up my Christmas tree and decorations. The book also made me very hungry with the talk of mince pies, chocolate brownies etc,… Continue reading The Twelve Dates of Christmas

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The Wish List

by Sophia Money-Coutts This book is absolutely hilarious, I've never laughed at a book as much as I did with this one. If you need a good laugh then I would really recommend this book. I've not read any books before by this author, but I will definitely be looking in to what else she… Continue reading The Wish List

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This Lovely City

by Louise Hare This was a really enjoyable read. Based in 1950's London. When we still needed help to rebuild the city after the blitz. This scheme is now known as Windrush, as the men and women came over on the Empire Windrush. Lawrie Matthews and his friends, Aston, Sonny and Moses came over to… Continue reading This Lovely City

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The Ghost of You

by Tori Fox I really enjoyed this book, it was easy to read and so enjoyable. I couldn't put it down! This is the first book in the Broken Lyrics Duet and I can't wait to read the next book as I want to know what happens to all of the characters. Can two people… Continue reading The Ghost of You