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All the Light We Cannot See @4thestatebooks

Anthony Doerr 2014 4th Estate Books Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction this is a sad tale set in war time Europe, specifically Germany and France. Two people, Marie - Laure and Werner Pfennig, one French and one German have very different but equally traumatic experiences of this horrendous period in history.  Told in… Continue reading All the Light We Cannot See @4thestatebooks

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Review – Three Days and a Life @quercusbooks @Maclehosepress

Pierre Lemaitre 2017 Maclehose Press I was lucky enough to get my hands on the latest Pierre Lemaitre novel and deliberately avoided any early reviews prior to reading, having noted Keeper of the Pages experience with spoilers for this book in her review. Very different to all of the other Lemaitre books I've read, which… Continue reading Review – Three Days and a Life @quercusbooks @Maclehosepress

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Review – The Trouble with Goats and Sheep @harpercollinsuk @boroughpress

Joanna Canon 2016 Borough Press I thoroughly enjoyed this tender book set during the legendary 1976 British heatwave.  From the back Mrs Creasy is missing and The Avenue is alive with whispers. As the summer shimmers endlessly on, ten year olds Grace and Tilly decide to take matters into their own hands. Driven by the… Continue reading Review – The Trouble with Goats and Sheep @harpercollinsuk @boroughpress

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Review – The Girl in the Spider’s Web

David Lagercrantz 2015 MacLehose Press Continuing Steig Larsson's Millennium Series Having read and LOVED the Millennium Trilogy some time ago it is no understatement to say I had mixed feelings about this book, reservations for sure but intrigue compelled me to eventually pick it up and am I glad I did! From the cover - Lisbeth Salander… Continue reading Review – The Girl in the Spider’s Web