Book Reviews

The Girl On The Train

By Paula Hawkins I think I read this in a couple of sittings, which is pretty quick for me not being a particularly fast reader. An excellent psychological thriller, it follows Rachel on her daily commute into London where she fantasises about the people she sees, the houses they live in and the lives they lead. But all is not hunky dory in Rachel's world and the story takes an ominous turn after she witnesses something shocking ... Edge-of-your-seat stuff. Available to buy here. … [Read More...]

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Silence Is Everywhere ~ Isn’t It?

I was reading an article on Twitter the other day Earth Temples by Matjaz Krivic and came away wondering. This is a good thing, it means the author has succeeded in his task - to make me think (and hopefully anyone else who reads it). I'm a bit of a sucker for good photography and this was the main reason I looked at the article. I understood what the author was trying to say, but I couldn't help wondering why we feel the need to leave home to find the silence he talks about. The state of … [Read More...]

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Lady Antebellum

From the website: Lady Antebellum's truth is in the music. But the alchemy which forged this seven-time Grammy award winning trio extends beyond its signature vocal blend and heartfelt songwriting gifts. With a self-titled double platinum debut … [Read More...]

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