Category Archives: Sofa reading

Sofa reading, May 2018

The author Anthony Horowitz has written over 100 books, being best known for his bestselling teen spy series Alex Rider.   Magpie Murders is a stand-alone novel, published in 2016, which we’ve both read recently and this is what we thought … Continue reading

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Sofa reading, April 2018

Liz – Those who have read The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry and it’s companion book The Love Song of Miss Queenie Hennessey, both published in 2012, will know the joy of reading Rachel Joyce‘s work. Her third novel, published … Continue reading

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Sofa reading, March 2018

This month we’re both writing about first novels which we enjoyed reading recently. Liz…Has a book landed in your lap and the stars aligned for it to be just what you were ready to read.  This happened to me when … Continue reading

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I can’t remember…

the last time that I spent more than a couple of days indoors as I did last week. I wouldn’t have minded the snow, which didn’t amount to much and didn’t last long, but with the temperature staying below 0 … Continue reading

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Sofa reading, February 2018

It was certainly the weather to do plenty of sofa reading during February, and especially this week. One of the books that both Liz and myself have read recently is A Legacy of Spies by John Le Carre. Liz – … Continue reading

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Sofa reading, January 2018

Kate Atkinson is probably best known for her first novel Behind the Scenes in a Museum, published in 1995 which won the Whitbread Book of the Year. Liz thinks that she is a clever writer and Life After Life is … Continue reading

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