Tag Archives: book

Review: Street Cat Named Bob

If you’re still looking for a feel-good movie to get you in the right spirit for holiday season, let me introduce you to Bob, the sassiest and cutest cat on screen in ages.

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The Nobody People

The Nobody People represents the growing trend of indie authors who are bypassing traditional publishing routes in order to offer the reader an alternative, according to author Richard Daniels.

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Review: No Signposts in the Sea

Years before the Stones and the Beatles defined the decade, 1961 produced a book a little over 100 pages.

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reView: Lolita

Lolita cover

“Lolita is a novel written for no one. The themes are vulgar and testing to even the most liberal of readers.” Fielden Dawson reviews.

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Student authors first book

Second-year English student, Ben Newman, has seen his dream manifest into reality. He has recently published his first book Choices.

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Ditch the noodles with The Backpacker’s Kitchen

A new book offering money-saving recipes and advice, takes noodles and takeaways off the menu for travelling students.

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