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    After You, by Jojo Moyes

    After You is the ‘long-awaited sequel to Me Before You’ and I was so excited to hear of it’s upcoming release, while I was reading the first book. Normally I don’t like…

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    The Miniatuarist, by Jessie Burton

    Jessie Burton’s debut novel The Minituarist was released at the beginning of the year and both the press and readers went wild for this historical novel, focussing on the life of the…

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    This Is Where I Leave You, by Jonathan Tropper

    This week London has definitely shifted into autumn. Darkness has started setting in sooner and an umbrella is once again a handbag essential. Travelling across London, I’ve been wrapping my coat tighter…

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    5 Downsides to Being a Bookworm Commuter

    Commuting into London from the sticks (zone 6) is a bit of a bore, but hey, I’m hardly alone in my commuting misery! However, whilst rumbling back and forth along London’s District…

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    The King’s Curse, by Philippa Gregory

    ‘There are two sides to every story,’ or at least so the saying goes. However, my relationship with the novels of Philippa Gregory has driven me to review some thrilling periods in…

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    The Robber Bridegroom

    For any of you who have not yet encountered Penguin’s series of Little Black Classics, you are missing out! They are a delight- and at only 80p per book, you have absolutely…

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    The Longest Ride, by Nicholas Sparks

    I am somewhat embarrassed to admit that I had never read a Nicholas Sparks novel before picking up my copy of The Longest Ride. This is due, quite simply, to the hypocrisy…

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    The Versions of Us, by Laura Barnett

    One Novel. Two Soul Mates. Three Lifetimes. …and of course the lingering thoughts of infinite possibilities, stories and lives missed, nestled in an atmosphere of mystery, and ‘what if?’…