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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: Paperback Crush by Gabrielle Moss

This is an entertaining journey back in time for many teenage girls reading in the 70’s, 80s & 90s. I liked the concept of the book, it is easy to read or just to flick through, written in a journal style. It has clear chapters with many front covers of the original books. It is

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BOOK REVIEW: Manfried the Man – written by Caitlin Major & Illustrated by Kelly Bastow

When I was first sent Manfried the Man, I didn’t know where to begin. One – I’d never really read a graphic novel before [that is what Manfried the Man is] and two, I had no idea how to review it. Do I talk about the illustrations [which are wonderful], what about the plot? How do

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BOOK REVIEW: We Sold Our Souls by Grady Hendrix

Grady Hendrix is fast becoming one of the most respected authors writing today, and it’s easy to see why. His first title with Quick Books, Horrorstör, was a masterstroke, combining witty corporate satire and locked-room horror. His second novel, My Best Friend’s Exorcism, was one of the most celebrated books of 2017, a heart-rending tale

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