Hi all: I bring you a book by an author who’s already visited my blog and left a lasting impression. Here it is: Return to Hiroshima by Bob Van Laerhoven 1995, Japan struggles with a severe economic crisis. Fate brings a number of people together in Hiroshima in a confrontation with dramatic consequences. Xavier Douterloigne, the son
Hi all: I don’t usually blog on Thursdays, but when I was invited to participate in this blog tour, I know you would not mind getting an extra post. And here it is: The Leavers: Winner of the PEN/Bellweather Prize for Fiction by Lisa Ko ‘A vivid fictional exploration of what it means to belong and
Hi all: I have been following this author and his books for a while, and I heard such great things about this book that I had to ask him for an ARC copy. And yes, Hans Hirschi has done it again. (Ah, the book is officially published on the 26th of October, but you can
Hi all: I am approached often by writers looking for reviews. Sometimes I have so many books due for a certain date that I can’t accommodate them and also sometimes I don’t feel the books are in categories I’m in the best position to review. Cara Sue Achterberg got in touch with me about her
Hi all: I’ve read a few books by Brian Moreland and loved them all but realised I hadn’t shared the review of this one. And in case you need something different, I thought today was the day. I’ve also read recently that the author’s publisher is closing down, so you might want to grab his
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