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My March Reads

The books I read in March were just cracking reads, excellent choices if I do say so myself. I warmed to Eleanor, felt frustrated with Emily, empathised with Olivia and could see beneath Melody’s tough exterior. For previous reads head here, book reviews. Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman Eleanor Oliphant has learned how to survive – but …

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October Reads

Two things happened recently. I joined NetGalley in September, and as a newbie, I was a little over-enthusiastic in requesting books to read. So many wonderful books to choose from! Then, I deleted Facebook from my iPad (I’d already deleted it from my phone some time ago). Highly recommend it! I read and enjoyed so many books. The Trip of …

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Ginny Moon

We tend to listen to people who shout the loudest, who demand our attention. With all the noise, it’s easy to forget that others aren’t capable of making their needs known. Some people – displaced children, and children in the system, especially – often don’t believe that their needs matter at all. -Benjamin Ludwig Ginny Moon’s painfully honest narrator is …

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