Monthly Archives: July 2013

What inspires us to read?

A while ago when I used Blogger as my main reviewing site, I had sort of an epiphany about my reading habits and their link to the movies I watched. So this is the resulting waffle, slightly edited now I … Continue reading

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The Scorch Trials – James Dashner

I said I was keen to read the rest of the Maze Runner quadrilogy, I do not lie. This is the second of four books (the final one a prequel, I’ll get to that in a few weeks I’m sure) … Continue reading

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The Ocean At The End Of The Lane – Neil Gaiman

Here as promised, the latest novel to come from the extraordinary mind that is contained in Neil Gaiman’s skull. This was never meant to be a novel. You’ll hear or watch interviews with Neil saying it started as a short … Continue reading

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The Returners – Mikey Neumann, review by Keridel

Every so often (or perhaps once in a red moon) my friend Mr Bricknell, of the Techfoolery team and general techy blogger, is going to Guest Post on here with his own book reviews. Enjoy!   Bored. Bored with an … Continue reading

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The Maze Runner – James Dashner

How to tell if someone is unemployed: their blogs started getting updated. I am, however, an unemployed librarian so I am spending a lot of time using my local public book lending facility and finding new material to read. I … Continue reading

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American Gods – Neil Gaiman

Neil Gaiman is an author entirely suited to the age of blogging, Twitter, Tumblr and generally all other forms of mass communication. He gets it, as does John Green, and he tries his best to correspond with his fans/followers/groupies as … Continue reading

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The Fault In Our Stars – John Green

Why have I not read John Green before, Universe? Why? I, Becca, the lover of young adult fiction who postively raced through The Hunger Games trilogy, had never before read the genius that is John Green. This is my first … Continue reading

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