Monthly Archives: April 2012

Power

Another film creeps into my book blog. This film is the work of Dave McKean who took a crew to film the passion set in Port Talbot in April 2011. This was a modern retelling of the passion of Christ. … Continue reading

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Robert G lite

I’m a great fan of the Inspector Banks series of crime novels by Peter Robinson and I also enjoyed his previous foray away from this “Caedmon’s song”. However. I do think mr Robinson has not quite pulled it off with … Continue reading

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Scandiwegian dream ticket

I’ve read and reviewed work by camilla lackberg before and whilst her debut was good, one of the later novels was distinctly lacklustre. I was therefore deeply concerned that this might also be true for all her other work. This … Continue reading

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Line in the sand

This is a brilliant little monograph. The ideas within it can quite literally change your life and they are DYNAMITE . You can apply the principle to any area you have a “blindspot”. I most certainly do not want anyone … Continue reading

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Shiny and bright

I’ve just finished reading “Gold”, the new, and as yet, unpublished novel by Chris Cleave. When you have read previous books by an author, there is a weight of expectation and a stack of preconception you bring to the table … Continue reading

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Dead Creepy

Just finished with “Dead like you” from the pen of Peter James. Another outing for the fictional Sussex based detective “Roy Grace”. This particular story was predictable police procedural fare but had some quite nasty aspects. The story finds Roy … Continue reading

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Nerdy

Finishing this book has been a bit of a marathon. I have been reading it in small bursts whilst at work. As it is a factual book, this is not an issue, and the short chapters make this a viable … Continue reading

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