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  • Book Review: Quiet Dell by Jayne Anne Phillips

    Book Review: Quiet Dell Jayne Anne Phillips

    QUIET DELL BY JAYNE ANNE PHILLIPSSCRIBNER (HARDBACK), 2013464 PAGES HTTP://JAYNEANNEPHILLIPS.COM This book is part of my Popsugar Reading Challenge 2015... Read more

    The 14 January 2015 by   Pamelascott
  • The Magi: in Art and Poetry

    Magi: Poetry

    To mark the end of the Christmas season, I have returned to one of The Landing’s poetry collections for a suitable verse. You might recall that Read Me: A Poem... Read more

    The 06 January 2015 by   Chris Mills
  • Alice and the Fly – James Rice

    Alice James Rice

    Contemporary Fiction 3*’s Meet Greg, a teenage boy with a phobia of spiders or THEM as he refers to them, a social outcast, or the psycho as his classmates... Read more

    The 17 January 2015 by   Cleopatralovesbooks
  • Audiobook Review – As You Wish by Cary Elwes

    Audiobook Review Wish Cary Elwes

    Title: As You Wish: Inconceivable Tales from the Making of the Princess Bride Author: Cary Elwes and Joe Layden Narrator: Cary Elwes, Carol Kane, Norman Lear,... Read more

    The 21 January 2015 by   Whatsheread
  • Book Review: the Tiger’s Wife by Téa Obreht

    Book Review: Tiger’s Wife Obreht

    THE TIGER’S WIFE BY TÉA OBREHT WEIDENFIELD NICHOLSON (HARDBACK), 2011338 PAGES WWW.TEAOBREHT.COM This book is part of my Popsugar Reading Challenge 2015... Read more

    The 18 January 2015 by   Pamelascott
  • Taunting The Dead – Mel Sherratt

    Taunting Dead Sherratt

    Crime Thriller4*’s When Allie Shenton is tasked with investigating the murder of Steph Ryder she follows the maxim that 90% of murders are committed to someone... Read more

    The 21 January 2015 by   Cleopatralovesbooks
  • Labeling Books: Are YA and NA Genres Or Reading Levels?

    Labeling Books: Genres Reading Levels?

    Some consider YA and NA a genres, while others call them reading levels. The latter often leads to criticism of adults who read YA. So what exactly do the label... Read more

    The 21 January 2015 by   Lauryn April
  • Tasty Time with ZeFronk and Snubnose

    Tasty Time with ZeFronk Snubnose

    Last weekend, Snubnose cooked on her own for the first time. I had to run some errands with Piglet and she opted to stay home and cook something for us for... Read more

    The 22 January 2015 by   Cheekymeeky
  • Roots


    I once saw a man fall out of a tree. This wasn’t any old tree, but a sixty-foot high African oil palm. It happened one unassuming spring afternoon in Lagos,... Read more

    The 03 January 2015 by   Ashleylister
  • The Best Quotes From V.S. Naipaul

    Although I’m really enjoying A House for Mr. Biswas, I haven’t had a lot of good things to say about V.S. Naipaul as a person (although his Nobel speech was... Read more

    The 08 January 2015 by   Robert Bruce


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