Monthly Archives: February 2017

The Murder Wall, by Mari Hannah

The Murder Wall A challenging book to read, it is not well written and abrupt transitions in the narrative¬†give it a choppy feel that is difficult to get into to. The author uses several awkward techniques in her writing style, … Continue reading

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Station Eleven, Emily St. John Mandel

Station Eleven After reading this book last year and loving it, I picked it for my BBCE book club selection. I decided to reread it, partly because I loved it so much and partly because I wanted it to be … Continue reading

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Nothing to See Here

I Let You Go, by Clare Mackintosh I have been procrastinating on this post for 2 full months. I really enjoyed this book, and have lots to say on it, however there is literally no way ¬†I can think of … Continue reading

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