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  • Force of Nature by Jane Harper - Book Review
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    Review: Force of Nature by Jane Harper

    Force of Nature Force of Nature is the follow-up novel to award-winning Australian author Jane Harper’s stunning debut, The Dry. The beauty of books I often worry that if the police come…

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    Review: The Dry by Jane Harper

    Jane Harper’s debut novel, The Dry, is like a tidal wave that builds and builds before finally crashing down on the unsuspecting shore. My name is Krish and I am a…

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    Review: Memoirs of a Geisha by Arthur Golden

    Memoirs of a Geisha The distinctive white face, red lips and elaborately decorated hairstyle. It’s an enduring image of the Japanese Geisha, portrayed worldwide as the entrance to a world to…

  • book review of animal farm by george orwell
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    Review: Animal Farm by George Orwell

    I have just one question for you. Why do you read? Is it to escape reality and momentarily enter a world of great white whales, witchcraft and wizardry, or hiking along…

  • the bfg by roald dahl - book cover
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    Review: The BFG by Roald Dahl

    Today I read The BFG. It’s been a tough week, and an even tougher few months. So, there seemed no better moment to take a trip back in time to a…

  • of mice and men john steinbeck
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    Review: Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck

    It may be a meagre 106 pages long, but Steinbeck’s compelling tale packs a punch nonetheless. Set in California in the 1930s, Of Mice and Men takes place at a time…

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