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  • Captain Flinn and the Pirate Dinosaurs: Missing Treasure“Captain Flinn and the Pirate Dinosaurs: Missing Treasure” is Giles Andreae's sequel to Flinn's first adventure when he vanquished Tyrannosaurus Rex. The idea of Flinn and his friends falling through the back of the cupboard not only has shades...
  • Captain Flinn and the Pirate Dinosaurs“Captain Flinn and the Pirate Dinosaurs” is a particularly lively book that is more than likely to hold the attention of children, especially boys, aged from three up to six or perhaps seven. It is not the greatest, most imaginative story, but ch...
  • We Die Alone
    on Aug 8, 2010 in History David Howarth
    During the Second World War, four Norwegians set sail in a small fishing boat from the Shetlands Islands to the far north of Norway. They’ve been training in Britain to perform acts of sabotage against the Nazis who are occupying their homeland. As...
  • A Song of DiasporaAhmede Hussain’s anthology brings together what he describes as ‘strong new voices in South Asian fiction’ that hold the mirror up to the countries they inhabit and put down the reflections in their own words. The 22 short stories are by names...
  • Top 10 Cairo & the Nile'Top 10 Cairo & the Nile' opens with the ten unmissable highlights including the pyramids of Giza, the mosque of Al-Azhar, the temple of Philae and the Valley of the Kings. Carrying on from there, other top tens featured in the guide are temples...
  • A Journalist AbroadAlthough the title of the book, Jeff in Venice, Death in Varanasi, a play on Thomas Mann's famous Death in Venice, may appear to be one single title, it isn't - there are two separate novellas in the book. Jeff in Venice is about a middle-aged journa...
  • The Killing HourFrom the first page I quickly became absorbed in this gripping thriller. I have not read any novels by this author previously, although reading good reviews about her was what prompted me to check out one of her books. I am pleased I did after readin...
  • Aliens in Underpants Save the World‘Aliens in Underpants Save the World’ is a fabulously funny book that is bound to appeal to most children’s sense of humours. Well any mention of underpants is usually enough to have my daughters in fits of giggles! It is written by Claire Free...
  • The RadleysThe Radleys was an easy book to get into and has great readability. Even if you are not into vampire novels as such, you may still find this a good read as it offers a different slant on this genre. The character development is brilliant and Haig mak...
  • Sunset SongSunset Song is one of the great works of Scottish literature, and of British literature as well in my opinion. It was first published in 1932, written by the Scottish author Lewis Grassic Gibbon - real name James Leslie Mitchell. Gibbon was born on...
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