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Sweet Tooth by Ian McEwan
"My dearest Tom,

Upon reading your letter, my first impulse was to burn the accompanying package, walk away, and be done with us forever. But, as you seem to have uncannily predicted, I've now spent a couple of days and nights in your flat, devourin..." Read more of this review »
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It's more Ian McEwan! Readable, intensely English prose, with characters so lifelike they're just as annoying as real humans. The inner voice of his twenty-three year-old woman still sounds like that of a sixty-something year-old man, though. Anyway, ...more
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The Secret Commonwealth by Philip Pullman
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This was less awful than La Belle Sauvage but still had moments that left me puzzled (how common all the daemon manipulation is), and moments that made me cringe (how it feels to wear a niqab). The central conceit(view spoiler) ...more
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The Secret Commonwealth by Philip Pullman
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This was less awful than La Belle Sauvage but still had moments that left me puzzled (how common all the daemon manipulation is), and moments that made me cringe (how it feels to wear a niqab). The central conceit(view spoiler) ...more
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Father of Lions by Louise Callaghan
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Surprising and heartfelt, this excellent book gives a window into what it was like for the residents of Mosul to live under ISIS for several increasingly difficult years. I really enjoyed it, and how it made me think about what I would do if I were ...more
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“Only a man exceedingly proud and vain," Dumbledore said quietly, as he turned back to the Floo roaring up again with green flames, "would believe that his heir should be like himself, rather than like who he wished that he could be.”
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“I don't want to rule the universe. I just think it could be more sensibly organised.”
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