Isaac and the Egg; a true modern masterpiece

Before I started reading Isaac and the Egg, I wasn’t sure what to expect. All I knew was that there was a lot of hype surrounding this book, which is released this week, Thursday 18…

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When The Music Stops; lyrical, emotional and captivating

For me I found When The Music Stops a beautiful, poignant surprise. When I was approached to read and review this new novel from award winning novelist Joe Heap, from its description I guessed I…

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Something to Live For; thought-provoking and tender

Something to Live For, the debut novel from Richard Roper definitely has that ‘special something‘ – quirky, moving and poignant. It is also very uplifting. With echoes of Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine, this is…

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Launch of our Small Book Club: The Sun and Her Flowers

So a bunch of us at work have started this new lunchtime thing – the Small Book Club. As much as I’d love to take credit for the Small Book Club,  I can’t. This is down to my…

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Love & Fame; wit, humour and grief

When I was approached to take part in the blog tour of Love & Fame I was intrigued by both the description of the novel, a highly-strung comedy about love, fame, grief, show business and the…

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