Book Reviews

Six Years

By Harlan Coben I found this book in a charity shop and liked the blurb, read the first page and bought it without hesitation. Coben has mastered first person narrative so well. I’ve never been a lover of the narrator ‘talking’ to the reader, but I’ve decided with first person that’s a difficult thing not to do – so I forgave him. In Six Years we follow Jake Fisher, a university lecturer. Fisher is deeply in love with Natalie, but she marries someone else - Todd. As you can imagine, he's … [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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Mumford & Sons

  “We wanted to do something unashamed,” says Ben Lovett. “We’re confident and happy to be where we are as a band — everything that’s happened with us has exceeded expectations, and it’s all been a surprise, it’s all much bigger than what we … [Read More...]

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