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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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Us Three

by Ruth Jones This is an uplifting, feel good and funny book with some sorrow that you definitely won't want to put down. I haven't read anything by Ruth Jones before so I didn't know what to expect. I enjoyed this book so much, and I think any woman of a certain age will be… Continue reading Us Three

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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

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Nettie’s Secret

by Dilly Court This was such an enjoyable book to read. I couldn't put it down. If you like Historical Fiction and Women's Fiction then this is a book for you. It's got everything you need in a book. It's got a great plot, that takes you on a journey from London and though Europe,… Continue reading Nettie’s Secret