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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 Shelf

by Helly Acton If there is a book that should end up being turned into a movie then this book should be. We've all watched some form of reality TV shows like Big Brother. You may or may not like them, but I think this book beats them hands down! I found this book to… Continue reading The Shelf

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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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All About Us

by Tom Ellen This book is almost like a modern day version of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol. Don't let that put you off this book, because this book is funny, romantic, heart warming and magical. Plus there are no visits from the ghosts of past, present and future. I really enjoyed reading this book,… Continue reading All About Us