Monthly Archives: January 2013

Adventures in insecurity

I ended this book feeling that I whilst I had read an interesting article about “extremists”, I didn’t necessarily feel I had got to the heart of the subject matter. There are reasons for this and I freely admit that … Continue reading

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Flight of fancy

  Tom Holt threads his way through an eyewateringly improbable sequence of events in this farce based loosely on the legend of the flying dutchman. The whole Vanderdecker policy device keeps the whole thing wonderfuly together.

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This book is a dense but comprehensive overview of the major themes in Protestant theology. It is completely readable by the average churchgoer and is straightforward and direct. I think Driscoll treads a fine line in some areas but is … Continue reading

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Major plot spoiler below I got this one for Christmas and thoroughly enjoyed it. It takes a twist on a traditional spy novel. it is set in the early 1970s and follows the character arc of Serena Frome who we … Continue reading

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