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Idede Oseyande 20h
'The problem with Nigeria is that the leaders want the followers to do what they would not do'~ Achebe's rephrased statement in the trouble with Nigeria.
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#SuzyDavies #Books 14h
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Bruce Perrin 15h
: The Diplomat and Desperado Stories by PanOrpheus. I read PanOrpheus’s books with a search window open! For the full review: Or subscribe and never miss a review:
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Fred McBreen 2h
New office, new bookcase. How many have you read?
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Anne Logan 23h
Giller Prize tomorrow! And just a kindly reminder that I don't want Lampedusa to win.
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Paritosh Chakma Nov 16
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Leonard Tillerman 54m
out today. The "She" Stands Alone by Nadine Keels. A cute tale which can bring hope and perspective back to the act of falling in love. 3.5 out of 5 Tender Stars for this one! ⭐️⭐️⭐️
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Dale Robertson Nov 17
I got sucked into the world of The Red so much that i also never escaped (ok, slight exaggeration). Cover - superb. Story - also superb. Claustrophobic, creepy, unsettling, gruesome. Writing - great, as always. Big 5 stars!
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Bookapotamus Nov 13
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Emma Lombard Author Nov 10
Hey If you're taking a serious punt at building yourself a writing career, be sure to check out 's book: The Business of Being A Writer. Here's my about this tool that all authors should have in their arsenal.
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Jennifer Irwin Nov 14
"Jennifer Irwin writes with a voice that is unadorned and honest." 5 stars!
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Iseult Murphy Author Nov 16
Chocks away, chaps! Time to travel back to WWI in the highly entertaining The Death of a Young Lieutenant by B.R. Stateham
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samanthaR Nov 12
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Buyers Meeting Point 21h
New : Leadership by Storytelling by Dr. Tom DePaoli
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Brad Proctor 1h
Wanna hear me talk about a book that revolves around a creepy unholy child? Sure you do, check out my review.
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Jennifer Irwin Nov 14
"Jennifer writes in a stream of consciousness fashion that often makes the reader feel as though he or she is sneaking a peek at a diary entry." 5 stars!
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Douglas L. Wilson (Doug) 23h
Can the living haunt the dead? Can a ghost cast a shadow? Affinity Bell thought she knew the answers. Then she looked through a window.
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Rhiannon Nov 13
Currently reading The Fallen Genesis By and Wow just Wow 😱! I'm totally speechless!!! Highly recommend!! "He couldn’t say what, but he felt it. A shift in his soul. A fissure in his heart. The death of him as a child."
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Authors Press 40m
Congratulations to Atlantis: Insights from a Lost Civilization written by Shirley Andrews for receiving a review from the US Review of Books. If you wish to receive a review from our partner reviewing agencies, DM us! Read the entire review below:
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