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Making History by Stephen Fry

I like a bit of time travel, and I like a bit of history, and I like a bit of comedy, so this book ticks a few boxes for me. This is the story of a history postgraduate student who … Continue reading

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Hollow City by Ransom Riggs

This is the second novel of Miss Peregrine’s Peculiar Children. It is about a group of kids with special supernatural abilities. As we learn in the first book, some of these kids have been alive for a very long time, … Continue reading

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Nerd Do Well by Simon Pegg

I have been a fan of Simon Pegg since I saw him in Spaced in 1999. It is one of the many great comedy series to be made in Britain. Our comedy is one of the major things I miss, … Continue reading

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Emerald Green by Kerstin Gier

This is the final book in the Ruby Red Trilogy.  It is a bit longer than the first two, but I still read it in record time.  The whole trilogy’s story takes place over about two weeks.  In the first … Continue reading

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Life After Life by Kate Atkinson

I do like Kate Atkinson.  I have read and liked all her books, but this one was different.  I loved this one.  She pushed herself with this one.  The story is not straightforward at all.  The story, or to be … Continue reading

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Sapphire Blue by Kerstin Gier

The second book or film in a trilogy is never the most exciting. This is the second book in the Ruby Red trilogy. It is about a family, where several generations have the ability to time-travel in their blood. Oh, … Continue reading

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Ruby Red by Kerstin Gier

This is the first a popular trilogy about time travel for young adults. It is about a sixteen year old girl who lives in an unlikely part of very Central London with her extremely rich family in a big, fancy … Continue reading

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