Book Review: Thommy’s New World, by Sneha Susan Shibu

When the author shared the news of this book’s publication on a mutual book group on Facebook, the title, and the blurb made me want to read it. So I borrowed it quickly on Kindle Unlimited and did just that!

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Book Review: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time, by Mark Haddon

This was a book I bought years ago but hadn’t got to reading yet. A book challenge I’m taking part in helped me to shift it from to-be-read to read shelf, and I’m glad that I did read it.

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Book Review: The Man Who Robbed His Own Post Office, by Jeffrey Archer

There are quite a few short stories from Jeffrey Archer which have been released as single short books, possibly to create interest in the larger collection. This was one I recently came across, and is originally from the collection Cat O’ Nine Tales.

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Book Review: Carthick’s Unfairy Tales, by TF Carthick

I think most of us would have grown up reading fairy tales, and would still love rereading them, or reading them to children. There’s that feel good factor in them that makes them enjoyable and makes us happy. When I read the title Unfairy Tales, I was wondering what I was in for with this read.

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