Tag Archive: book reviews

Raven Reviews – third edition

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Another instalment of reviews small enough to be written on a tiny scroll and carried on a raven’s leg.   The Chalk Man by C. J. Tudor I bought this as I was… Continue reading

Raven Reviews – Library Lottery Edition

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I’m a Catholic atheist, as in I may not believe anymore, but the smell of the incense has never really let me go. And to paraphrase Dara O’Brien, you could join ISIS and… Continue reading

A Spoonful of Mapp and Lucia Helps the Siege of Leningrad Go Down

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How anyone is supposed to find any peace of mind and pay attention to anything other than the early days of the apocalypse is a tricky one. History books can offer some solace… Continue reading

Chalcot Crescent and seductive books

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I wish library books had blank pages in the back to leave little messages to each other. Reviews, notes, secrets, it would be great! I am hitting up my local library more these… Continue reading

So Long Mono-reading, I’m going to miss you!

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My reading experience during January was delightful. I read six books in their entirety after finishing off Proust’s In the Shadow of Young Girls in Flower, and was only a few pages short… Continue reading