Tag: Non Fiction Review

BOOK REVIEW: Find Momo Across Europe by Andrew Knapp

This little book is perfect for sitting on a small coffee table. The photography is so beautiful you could just sit for an age flicking through the pages. Find Momo Across Europe is a lovely photographic journey across the Mediteranean, Europe and Britain. If anyone has visited any of these places you will recognise them

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BOOK REVIEW: Death Valley Superstars by Duke Haney

An entertaining collection of essays that is hard to put down and forget about, Duke Haney’s Death Valley Superstars isn’t just another book about Hollywood. Using his unrivalled and unique experiences, Haney exposes the reader to some of the lesser known people to be captured by the allure of film making, acting and the promise

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BOOK REVIEW: Permanent Midnight by Jerry Stahl

Before self-publishing made it possible for anyone to share their drug battle with the world, and before those brave enough to fight the stigma against addiction and “recover out loud,” there was Permanent Midnight. This memoir by Jerry Stahl was released in 1995 but still reigns as the king of all drug memoirs. The twentieth

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BOOK REVIEW: Wrestliana by Toby Litt

When I saw the title Wrestliana I instantly assumed I was going to be reading a book about a fanatic WWE fan. My second thought was “how do I even say this word?” But, I pushed those thoughts aside and decided to dig in. What I discovered was a non-fiction book exploring what it means

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