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Breaking the Rules
September 14th, 2008

Author Townsend constantly stops to lecture you on her liberal views, but in wanting to seem sophisticated, the constant references not to sex but the desire to drink herself stupid reveal her as something of a slapper.

11.22.63
December 4th, 2011

You might not think Stephen King is the greatest writer in the world, but here’s what he does well, if nothing else. When you pick up 11.22.63 (another doorstop the size of It and The Stand) you might emit a small groan about how long it will probably take to get through it.


Atrocitology
November 13th, 2011

Atrocitology is actually a well-organised and quite scholarly work that puts humanity’s shamefully violent history in perspective.

Brida
June 7th, 2008

He turns his poetic prose to the story of a young Irish woman on a quest to understand the universe and her place in it through the teachings of witchcraft. The plot isn’t nearly as robust as the beauty of the writing however, so it’s not as easy to fall in love with the book as it is with Cohelo’s other work, such as The Alchemist.


Where Spirits Dwell
October 16th, 2011

A young Petersham mother wakes in bed in the small hours to hear the toys in her son’s room, and when Machado reveals the toddler was actually in bed with his mother at the time you’ll feel a tingle down your spine the likes of which you expect from a good horror novel.

A fortunate life
September 17th, 2012

Affleck says he is a hands-on dad. His family was fractured by his mechanic, bartender and janitor father’s alcoholism when Affleck was just 12, and he seems determined to be everything to his children that his own dad wasn’t – he’s often spotted taking a clearly excited Violet and Seraphina to flea markets or activities.






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January 18th, 2009

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March 1st, 2009

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January 11th, 2009

Breaking the Rules If getting a reader to care about the character means identifying with ...
September 14th, 2008

Risk Dan Gardner (Scribe $35) It would be easy to write a cheap shot about ...
May 11th, 2008

Head in the Clouds A new picture book reminds us of the beauty of nature and ...
March 16th, 2008


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