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Flickr Pics 10th June 2012

on June 10, 2012 by kirsty

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Flickr Pics 9th June 2012

on June 9, 2012 by kirsty

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The Roundabout Man

The Roundabout Man by Clare Morrall

In books read on June 8, 2012

Nicely put together tale of a grown up Christopher Robin character, immortalised in children's fiction by his mother. I love the way it makes you look at a motorway service setting in a new light. A good read.

This was a kindle eBook.

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Flickr Pics 8th June 2012

on June 8, 2012 by kirsty

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Chances

Chances by Freya North

In books read on June 7, 2012

Lightweight holiday reading. Nicely written, realistic characters with real dilemmas and a happy ending, just what you need.

This was a kindle eBook.

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Flickr Pics 7th June 2012

on June 7, 2012 by kirsty

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Flickr Pics 6th June 2012

on June 6, 2012 by kirsty

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Sun At Midnight

Sun At Midnight by Rosie Thomas

In books read on June 5, 2012

I thought I knew where this was going from the very beginning but it went kind of off that track, though it got onto another rather predictable one. I enjoyed it despite feeling it was riddled with faults really. The splendidly depicted Antarctic setting is one of the reasons for that!

This was a kindle eBook.

A Piece of Justice (An Imogen Quy, #2)

A Piece of Justice (An Imogen Quy, #2) by Jill Paton Walsh

In books read on June 2, 2012

Unexpectedly delightful! I gave the first in the series an okay-ish three stars, but I really enjoyed this one! I think it was mostly that the mystery+mathematics+quilting combination is completely my cup of tea but added to this it was well written, mostly well plotted and had a lot of strong female characters. Will definitely be back for the rest of the series now.

This was a kindle eBook.

There but for the

There but for the by Ali Smith

In books read on June 1, 2012

When I read The Accidental I commented that it would have been better if I hadn't read it more slowly. So I deliberately attacked this book at speed. There are four interconnected sections and I read each in a single sitting, ripping through the pages and not stopping to think about it. And enjoyed the book very much as a result. Definitely not a book to savour, but a good one all the same, and heaven help whoever gets to study this one in school at some point in the future!

This was a library book.


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