Dexter is a lonely English teacher, who enjoys being single! Surrounded by his closest friends who are coupled, he starts to begin to feel a bit lonely when he attends one of the friend’s wedding and when he sees his ex-Georgina one thing leads to another…. But then aliens land and they do not seem... Continue Reading →

The Final Book in the Noughts and Crosses series.   Jasmine and Jude were both killed by the bomb Callie-Rose had made in order to protect Callie from becoming a terrorist. Jude’s heart had become full of hatred and the only way to save Callie was if he wasn’t around anymore. Meggie was heartbroken but... Continue Reading →

Book 3 of the Noughts and Crosses series The story picks up from where it left off. Callie-Rose is a bit older now and we welcome back the old characters  - Sephy, Meggie, Jasmine and we see the introduction of some new characters. As Callie-Rose gets older she starts asking questions about her Dad, who... Continue Reading →

Book 2 of the Noughts and Crosses Series I couldn’t believe it when I discovered that there had been a sequel to Noughts and Crosses – you are only 15 years too late Louise! I previously encountered Noughts and Crosses as a teenager and I thoroughly enjoyed it. It was really good to revisit it... Continue Reading →

The True Story of Lale Sokolov Lale Sokolov nee Ludwig Eisenberg. Was born in Korompa in 1916. He was a Jew living in Slovakia. Arriving at Auschwitz Concentration Camp, in April 1942. He gave himself in, hoping that his family would be ok. Unfortunately, only his sister survived. When Lale arrived at the camp he... Continue Reading →

Andrew grabbed Harry’s shirt collar. ‘Look closer, Harry. Use your eyes! See…’ he started, then gave up and sank back on the pillow. ‘See what?’ Harry persisted, but Andrew had closed his eyes and was waving for him to stop. Inger Holter – a young Norwegian girl has been murdered and Norway’s best detective Harry... Continue Reading →

I bought the Divergent books from The Works in my local town, they were recommended to me and as it had been made into a film I thought it’s bound to be good. I started off reading with great promise but once I got to a certain part of the book my imagination halted, unfortunately,... Continue Reading →

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