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Sofa reading, April 2017

Liz…When Mike mentioned watching hawks in a recent post it reminded me of the highly acclaimed  H is for Hawk by Helen Macdonald that I read last year. It is an award winning memoir written when, after the sudden death … Continue reading

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Sofa reading, March 2017

This month Liz and I are both writing about non-fiction books for a change. Liz – I read this book last month which I found to be affecting. Paul Kalanithi’s autobiography When Breath Becomes Air is a brief and profoundly … Continue reading

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Sofa reading, February 2017

Recently Liz and I have read Wendy Jones’s books The Thoughts and Happenings of Wilfred Price… and The World is a Wedding and here are our views on them. The Thoughts and Happenings of Wilfred Price… is set in in … Continue reading

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Sofa reading, January 2017

For me, and I’m sure most other readers, settling down on the sofa to read a good book is one of life’s best, simple pleasures. I’m a lifelong book buff and I’m always reading at least two books at any one … Continue reading

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