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Month: April 2011

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Pre-Loved Giveaway

The week’s slightly delayed pre-loved giveaway is for Confessions of a Fallen Angel by Ronan O’Brien. It’s had a few owners so the spine is quite heavily creased but I really recommend reading this one. For more information on these giveaways, click here. Just use…

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Book Blogger Hop

In the spirit of the Twitter Friday Follow, the Book Blogger Hop is a place just for book bloggers and readers to connect and share our love of the written word! This weekly BOOK PARTY is an awesome opportunity for book bloggers to connect with…

5 Star, Science Fiction

Feed

At first, Mira Grant’s zombie novel might seem an ironic choice for my Royal Wedding day reading, however it ended up somehow completely relevant. Not that Will and Kate’s big day was interrupted by the flesh-eating undead, more that if you’d popped onto Twitter this…

Chick-Lit, Romance

Working It Out

Working It Out is a self-published novel by Nicola May. In the past, I’ve not had good experience with self-published books but I think this is one of the best I’ve read.   When Ruby is made redundant, she realises that she never really loved…

Fantasy

Good Omens

I’ve decided this is one of those books where the cover has put me off picking it up to read. I mean it’s got a creepy little boy on it and Chris Packham* starring as Aziraphale. *Chris Packham presented The Really Wild Show on BBC…

List, Top Ten

Top Ten Mean Girls

This week’s Top Ten (hosted by The Broke and the Bookish) is all about means girls! This is a real struggle (do I say that every week?) as I don’t tend to read a lot of books featuring mean girls. I would think they’re more…

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A is for… Atlas

Atlas, who bore the weight of the heavens on his shoulders, was a Titan who pops up in the tales of the hero, Hercules (or Heracles depending on your language preference). The basic background of the Titans is covered pretty well in the Percy Jackson…