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"4 star review Chloe's Rescue Mission by Rosie Dean
Rosie Dean is a new author to me and I was hooked from the first chapter. This was an entertaining read that ticked a lot of boxes for me.
Chloe Steele is determined to do what ever is necessary to sa" Read more of this review »
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"This is the first book I have read by this author but it certainly won’t be the last. I fell hook, line and sinker for Chloe Steele and Duncan Thorsten and I was captivated by their entertaining tale.
Chloe is determined to save her grandfathers thea" Read more of this review »
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"First time reading this author and I loved it. Good characters, good story, great meet/cute. I loved that it was set around the world of theater.
Will Chloe be able to save the beloved family theater? You’ll have to read to find out. Go grab a copy to" Read more of this review »
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The Road to Little Dribbling by Bill Bryson
“Whatever the final cost of HS2, all those tens of billions could clearly buy lots of things more generally useful to society than a quicker ride to Birmingham. Then there is all the destruction of the countryside. A high-speed rail line offers nothing in the way of charm. It is a motorway for trains. It would create a permanent very noisy, hyper-visible scar across a great deal of classic British countryside, and disrupt and make miserable the lives of hundreds of thousands of people throughout its years of construction. If the outcome were something truly marvellous, then perhaps that would be a justifiable price to pay, but a fast train to Birmingham is never going to be marvellous. The best it can ever be is a fast train to Birmingham. Remarkably, the new line doesn’t hook up to most of the places people might reasonably want to go to. Passengers from the north who need to get to Heathrow will have to change trains at Old Oak Common, with all their luggage, and travel the last twel ...more Bill Bryson
Miracle on Regent Street by Ali Harris
"Totally bewildered by the 5 star reviews. This was awful. Evie, the heroine is a miserable, selfish, dishonest young woman. Everything is always other people’s fault and she shows virtually no self awareness or insight into the effects of her awful b" Read more of this review »
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This was a comforting read.

I really enjoy watching Ben's New Lives in the Wild; he comes across as a thoughtful, caring man, interested in life and how people live it.

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Delightful. As a novice gardener and a devoted dog lover, I really enjoyed this. Monty Don has a wonderful lyrical style, making this memoir warm and readable. Each dog, as we know, has its own characteristics and Monty brings them to life beautifull ...more
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“Find your joy in life! The more you can find your joy, the more joy you find.”
Rosie Dean

“Some day you will be old enough to start reading fairy tales again.”
C.S. Lewis

“Find your joy in life! The more you can find your joy, the more joy you find.”
Rosie Dean

“Whatever the final cost of HS2, all those tens of billions could clearly buy lots of things more generally useful to society than a quicker ride to Birmingham. Then there is all the destruction of the countryside. A high-speed rail line offers nothing in the way of charm. It is a motorway for trains. It would create a permanent very noisy, hyper-visible scar across a great deal of classic British countryside, and disrupt and make miserable the lives of hundreds of thousands of people throughout its years of construction. If the outcome were something truly marvellous, then perhaps that would be a justifiable price to pay, but a fast train to Birmingham is never going to be marvellous. The best it can ever be is a fast train to Birmingham. Remarkably, the new line doesn’t hook up to most of the places people might reasonably want to go to. Passengers from the north who need to get to Heathrow will have to change trains at Old Oak Common, with all their luggage, and travel the last twelve miles on another service. Getting to Gatwick will be even harder. If they want to catch a train to Europe, they will have to get off at Euston station and make their way half a mile along the Euston Road to St Pancras. It has actually been suggested that travelators could be installed for that journey. Can you imagine travelling half a mile on travelators? Somebody find me the person who came up with that notion. I’ll get the horsewhip. Now here’s my idea. Why not keep the journey times the same but make the trains so comfortable and relaxing that people won’t want the trip to end? Instead, they could pass the time staring out the window at all the gleaming hospitals, schools, playing fields and gorgeously maintained countryside that the billions of saved pounds had paid for. Alternatively, you could just put a steam locomotive in front of the train, make all the seats inside wooden and have it run entirely by volunteers. People would come from all over the country to ride on it. In either case, if any money was left over, perhaps a little of it could be used to fit trains with toilets that don’t flush directly on to the tracks, so that when I sit on a platform at a place like Cambridge or Oxford glumly eating a WH Smith sandwich I don’t have to watch blackbirds fighting over tattered fragments of human waste and toilet paper. It is, let’s face it, hard enough to eat a WH Smith sandwich as it is.”
Bill Bryson, The Road to Little Dribbling: Adventures of an American in Britain

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