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Writers Write Book Review

Book Review – The Moment

by Douglas Kennedy (Hutchinson) ISBN: 9780091795849 Thomas, an American writers, fall desperately in love with Petra when they are in Berlin. So deep is their involvement that the author tells of their affair with graphic descriptions of the need they have for each other. When…

Book Review – Atlantic

by Simon Winchester (Harper Press) ISBN: 9780007341375 The Atlantic Ocean is at the centre of the human world. It has played an important role in our lives from the first explorers to the recent discovery of the tiniest creature that produces one-fifth of world’s oxygen.…

Book Review – Smokin’ Seventeen

by Janet Evanovich (Headline Review) ISBN: 9780755384891 R190, 00 Life in Trenton continues for Stephanie Plum, the world’s worst bounty hunter. The writing is as good as ever. The wonderful characters are back.  But Stephanie’s ‘love’ for two men has been going on for too…

Book Review – Scorpia Rising

by Anthony Horowitz (Walker Books) ISBN 979-1-4063-1049-8 I was so sorry to learn that this was the last of the Alex Ryder books.  It certainly is fabulous and the story pulls you along page by page.  How the author manages to get his hero out…

Book Review – Being Afrikan

by Mandivamba Rukuni (Penguin) ISBN: 9780143026808 Being Afrikan by Mandivamba Rukuni is the most inspiring, enlightening, educating piece of information I have read in a long time. The blurb says: this “is a book that will change your view of what of what it is…

Book Review – The Stranger’s Child

by Alan Hollinghurst (Picador) ISBN: 9780330483247 R190, 00 This is an awesome read, covering a few generations of how the British Aristocracy lived. The central character, Daphne is bowled over as a sixteen year old by the poet Cecil Valance. Cecil writes her a poem…

Book Review – The Godless Boys

by Naomi Wood (Picador) ISBN: 9780330530125 In this dystopian novel, a debut by Naomi Wood, an alternative reality of England in the eighties is created: people have been banned from England, where the Church took power and the non-believers are expelled to an island. Nathaniel…

Book Review – South African Odyssey

South African Odyssey: The Autobiography of Bertha Goudvis edited by Marcia Leveson  (The Isaac & Jessie Kaplan for Jewish Studies and Research at the University of Cape Town and Picador Africa) ISBN: 9781770101029 Bertha Goudvis trekked across South Africa following her father who was a…

Book Review – Paranormality. Why We See What Isn’t There

by Professor Richard Wiseman (Macmillan) ISBN: 978-0-230-75298-6 Why can you see ghosts and I can’t? How can the medium reading my future be so accurate? According to Prof Wiseman, we are being conned into seeing things that aren’t really there. And he should know. He…

Book Review – The Empress Of Ice Cream

by Anthony Capella (Sphere) ISBN 978-1-84744-122-5 In the France of 1670 Carlo Demirco's mastery of the extraordinary new art of creating ice creams leads him to wealth, women and a position at the court of Louis X1V. He is sent to London along with the…
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