Monthly Archives: September 2013

The Fall of Five by Pittacus Lore

A disappointing book that had the potential to be entertaining but for the most part falls short. Apart from the opening and last few chapters, most of this book seemed like it was merely killing time, packing out a story … Continue reading

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Juliet Naked by Nick Hornby

Duncan’s life is centred on his obsession with musician Tucker Crowe. His idea of a good holiday is a pilgrimage visiting sites of “relevance” to Crowe’s career. Juliet is Crowe’s most successful album, after which he disappeared into anonymity, until … Continue reading

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Prophetess by Keven Newsome

Prophetess is the follow-up to Keven Newsome’s Winter, a book I reviewed here on my older blog: A lot of what I wrote there could also apply to Prophetess so I recommend a look at that earlier review. The … Continue reading

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