Tag: book reviews

Book Review: What’s Left of Me, Kat Zhang

Book Review: What’s Left of Me, Kat Zhang

| 25 March , 2013 | Reply

Eva and Addie are twins, but not twins as we know them today. They’re soul twins. Two souls born into the same body and coexisting in harmony. Except one of them was meant to die when they were young. After years of specialist visits and questions of why aren’t they settling? Eva and Addie’s parents […]

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Book Review: Lifesaving for Beginners, Ciara Geraghty

Book Review: Lifesaving for Beginners, Ciara Geraghty

| 19 March , 2013 | Reply

On a small road outside Dublin, a tired truck driver swerves to miss a deer, causing his truck to ram into one car and another to roll into a ditch. One driver dies and the other escapes miraculously with little more than scratches. This tragic accident sets in motion a chain of events that brings […]

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Interview: We Chat to Ciara Geraghty, Author of Lifesaving for Beginners

Interview: We Chat to Ciara Geraghty, Author of Lifesaving for Beginners

| 19 March , 2013 | Reply

Ciara Geraghty is the author of four novels, SAVING GRACE, BECOMING SCARLETT and FINDING MR FLOOD and recently toured Australia on the release of her latest book, LIFESAVING FOR BEGINNERS and we were lucky enough to meet the talented author and chat to her about all things literary.  Ciara lives in Dublin with her husband, […]

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Book Review: The Vogue Factor, Kirstie Clements

Book Review: The Vogue Factor, Kirstie Clements

| 15 March , 2013 | Reply

Are you beginning to feel the crave for something salacious and splendid in the lull between new issues of Vogue? Look no further than The Vogue Factor, the most glamorous and sizzling thing you’ll find outside the glossy pages of the magazine itself. The Vogue Factor is the new autobiography by Kirstie Clements, everyone’s favourite […]

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Book Review: A Bite Of The Big Apple, Monica Trapaga and Lil Tulloch

Book Review: A Bite Of The Big Apple, Monica Trapaga and Lil Tulloch

| 15 March , 2013 | Reply

Everyone, at some point in their life has harboured big city dreams. And no city inspires starry eyed dreams more than New York City. With sparkling lights and the rush of life, The Big Apple dream has struck a chord in many a traveller’s hearts. Whether you’ve had a whirlwind fling with the city, or […]

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Book Review: The Man Plan, James Kerley

Book Review: The Man Plan, James Kerley

| 7 March , 2013 | Reply

Is the man in your life lacking a little something? Has your brother just started uni and in the rush of freedom, realised he doesn’t know how to boil an egg? Or has your boyfriend found solace in monogamy and started packing on the pounds? While we would love them to pieces anyway, James Kerley’s […]

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Book Review: The Vintage Teacup Club, Vanessa Greene

Book Review: The Vintage Teacup Club, Vanessa Greene

| 7 March , 2013 | Reply

A vintage teaset, offered up at a car boot sale in Sussex, brings together three women from quite different lives, in Vanessa Greene’s debut novel The Vintage Teacup Club. At first glance, each lady dismisses the others and believes her need for the teaset is more important than the rest. However, they agree to settle the […]

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Book Review: The Island House, Posie Graeme-Evans

Book Review: The Island House, Posie Graeme-Evans

| 7 March , 2013 | Reply

The history of Scotland, and its inhabitants, is a dark and fascinating place. In her latest novel, The Island House, Posie Graeme-Evans takes a look at it in an unusual way. Firstly through the eyes of Freya Dane, a modern-day archaeologist, who inherits an isolated house on a remote Scottish island from her estranged father; and […]

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Book Review: Toxic Oil, David Gillespie

Book Review: Toxic Oil, David Gillespie

| 1 March , 2013 | 1 Reply

How did we get to this place? What am I talking about? The epidemic of ill health that is killing us via obesity, heart disease, diabetes, cancer and allergies. It’s because we didn’t take ownership of our own health, we just let the government and advisory bodies tell us what we should be eating without […]

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Book Review: Design Your Home, Shaynna Blaze

Book Review: Design Your Home, Shaynna Blaze

| 1 March , 2013 | Reply

It’s something of a classic Australian dream to buy a house, and to make it your own personal castle. We watch renovation programs religiously and we scribble down ideas – but how often do we ever actually carry them out? Shaynna Blaze, known and loved for her work on The Block and Selling Houses Australia […]

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Book Review: Aussie Body Diet & Detox Plan, Saimaa Miller

Book Review: Aussie Body Diet & Detox Plan, Saimaa Miller

| 1 March , 2013 | Reply

There’s something about the Aussie beach body that we all crave. Anyone who’s spent a Saturday morning on the beach will know the bodies we’re talking about – glowing tans, lean, toned limbs, carefree, sunny smiles. Their enthusiasm for the surf, the sun and their lives is so infectious, that you can’t help but want […]

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