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Book review: Looking Glass Friends by E L Neve

Looking Glass Friends: A Novel Inspired by Real Love Letters by E.L. Neve is much more than just a novel. It’s a dreamy weave of romance, poetry and philosophy, all at once. It’s 1997. It is the era of missives, emails and printed books, where mobile phones are still a thing for rich people. Neil is… Continue reading Book review: Looking Glass Friends by E L Neve

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4/4 stars, Book reviews

Book review: The Korean Word For Butterfly by Jamie Zerndt

The Korean Word For Butterfly by Jamie Zerndt is a thoughtful and emotional novel about fabricated opportunities and the desire for redemption, about making choices and dealing with their consequences. It is set in South Korea during the 2002 World Cup and under the shadow of escalating anti-American sentiments cast by the deaths of two Korean… Continue reading Book review: The Korean Word For Butterfly by Jamie Zerndt

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Book review: Final Notice by Van Fleisher

“If you knew, for sure, that you were going to die in 10, 20 or 30 days, what would you do?” This is the unsettling question posed by Van Fleisher, author of the political (and mildly sci-fi) thriller Final Notice Under the lead of Vijay Patel, a brilliant doctor with a passion for technology, the company… Continue reading Book review: Final Notice by Van Fleisher

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Book review: My Trip to Adele by R I Alyaseer and A I Alyaseer

My Trip to Adele is an enjoyable and intriguing novel, written by siblings A.I. and R.I. Alyaseer, that tells about love and life, all of this with the music of Adele in the background. I was drawn to it by my own love for Adele’s music and by its settings, so different from each other and… Continue reading Book review: My Trip to Adele by R I Alyaseer and A I Alyaseer