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The Night Watch by

Starting in 1947 The Night Watch tells the story, in reverse chronology, of various people in and around London during…

The voice that thunders by

Earlier this year I read The Owl Service by Alan Garner, and I had many many thoughts about it, and…

The Far Country by

In Australia Jane and Jack Dorman own a prosperous sheep farm, or station. For the past few years most of…

The Ghost by

Adam Lang, ex-Prime Minister, is writing his memoirs. Or to be more honest, he needs a ghostwriter. Someone to do…

Tigerman by

Lester Ferris has seen a lot and done a lot in his life. A sergeant in the British Army he…

The Copper Promise by

Gallo has grown bored of waiting for his companions, Wydrin aka The Copper Cat and Sebastian the ex Ynnsmouth knight,…

The Owl Service by

Alison and Roger have come to Wales on a holiday with their parent and respective step-parent. Roger’s father and Alison’s…

Clever dog by

illus. by Jo van Kampen. I’ll admit that I’ve watched a fair amount of Cesar Milan and his dog whispering,…

Some kind of fairy tale by

Twenty years ago Tara Martin went missing. She simply went out one day and never came home. Her boyfriend at…

What makes this book so great by

My first non-fiction book of 2014! And it is a book all about books. The best sort of book I…

The Hundred and One Dalmatians by

Life for Mr and Mrs Dearly and their dogs, Pongo and Misses, is going well. They live near Regent’s Park…

Wolves by

I totally agree with that old saying “never judge a book by its cover”, but more often than not it…

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