Monthly Archives: December 2015

Mirror mirror

   This book was recommended to me by someone who has the misfortune to manage me. It is a story with which I identify quite a lot. It is a neat window onto the kind of thinking which occurs when … Continue reading

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   Once again, Neal Stephenson delivers a truly epic read. This is an exploration of what it means to be human and how we develop society. It starts with a catastrophic event and how the people of earth respond to … Continue reading

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Memory loss?

I’ve only just finished this, but remembering all the books I have read for the last 4 months is not easy!   This is typical Logan Macrae fare but with the neat twist that it looks at general police work as … Continue reading

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Catching up….

I’ve posted nothing for a long time so here goes:    Typical of the series and an excellent read which is pitched perfectly for the 10s to 15s market. This could be enjoyed by anybody and indeed I loved it! … Continue reading

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