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The Artificial Anatomy Of Parks by Kat Gordon

The Artificial Anatomy Of Parks by Kat Gordon

The truth will always out – eventually. Kat Gordon’s début novel ‘The Artificial Anatomy Of Parks’ shows us that how we get to those truths is a vital part of the journey that is self-discovery. Tallulah Park is stuck in a rut. A dead-end job in a cafe with an awful boss, no real social […]

Posted July 4, 2015 by Kate in review / 2 Comments
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In The Beginning Was The Sea by Tomás González

In The Beginning Was The Sea by Tomás González

Very often, it’s good to take a break from exhaustive sagas, or complex mysteries, and just indulge in a novel that is simply about people. Columbian author Tomás González has created such a tale with ‘In The Beginning Was The Sea’ the first of his novels to be translated into English. While at the outset, […]

Posted February 25, 2015 by Kate in review / 0 Comments
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Review: The Ghosts Of Heaven by Marcus Sedgwick

Review: The Ghosts Of Heaven by Marcus Sedgwick

Imagine this. You sit down with a book you’ve been sent – it’s a title for the Young Adult market from an author you’ve not yet experienced, and from the blurb you’re getting a David Mitchell/Cloud Atlas-ish vibe already. With notebook on lap, and pen in hand you settle down for another literary adventure, with […]

Posted December 17, 2014 by Kate in review, young adult / 1 Comment
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