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The Sneetches by Dr Seuss.
Congo by Michael Crichton; a terrible waste of paper.
The Religion by Tim Willocks. It is about the Great Siege of Malta and the battle scenes would be epic. It also has a hideous villain and a...
Finally I got around to the redesign and relaunch of www.bookreviewblog.co.uk
No one seems tto have mentioned "Mr Vertigo". I love that book.
I read Silas Marner and really enjoyed it - I would read it again.
The next George Eliot novel I read was Adam Bede which I thought was really...
Saw the movie recently and I will certainly buy the book, I really enjoyed it.
As many as 5 words? Are they "I like your sweater Tony!"?
Where did you download it? I would love to have a look.
David Ike was a goalkeeper then a sports reporter in UK. Suddenly he was a religious...
I am another reader who found this book a little disappointing. It was okay but not what I was expecting and I was definintely surprised when I...
Tricks of the mind by Derren Brown - superb.
Thoughts, Life of a Suicide by Dillan Kane - terrible
The Guv'nor by Lenny McLean - Interesting
I am another who has reread 1984 & Animal Farm. I have reread Candide by Voltaire twice and most of the Sherlock Holmes stories numerous times. Dr...
As I find it almost impossible to part with books, I still have almost every book I have ever read.
These days I review them and post them on a...
I think this one is ideal. The Sneetches by Dr Seuss. Deals with race (through the allegory of some Sneetches having stars on their bellies and...
Sanchez hated strangers coming into his bar.
The Book with No Name by Anonymous
I am in bed with a French prostitute.
Try the movie too - it's great.
The man Who Would be King is just about my favourite short story ever and when I read it I am always disappointed that it was developed into a...
I enjoyed Sidney Sheldon some years ago, his novels are fast-paced and entertaining. However, I found a number of his books rather formulaic and...
I found the Father Brown stories to be slightly disappointing -good but not as good as I expected. They certainly did not depose Sherlock Holmes...
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