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Book Review – Going Green – Nick Spalding

Book Review – Going Green – Nick Spalding

'Nick once again has the amazing ability to make me laugh. Very funny and highly recommended.' - Amazon Review From the bestselling author of Dumped, Actually comes a hilarious story about saving your job, and maybe saving our world in the process. Meet Ellie Cooke. When it comes to all things environmental, ...

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Book Review – Love of Country – Madeleine Bunting

Book Review – Love of Country – Madeleine Bunting

'I personally enjoy reading books in this genre because they are real escapism and I find the writing incredibly inspirational. Bunting's writing is very engaging and researched, she also takes the reader on this journey too.' - Waterstones Review Many people travel in search of the tropical and the unknown. I was ...

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Cranleigh Rotary Member Launches New Book

Cranleigh Rotary Member Launches New Book

Peter Bond latest book, entitled Rosetta: The Remarkable Story of Europe's Comet Explorer, has just been published by Springer. The book, which has numerous full colour illustrations, tells the story of the first mission to fly alongside a comet and land on its surface. It covers more than three decades, starting ...

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Book Review – Brave New World – Aldous Huxley

Book Review – Brave New World – Aldous Huxley

'Brave New World is a savage critique of the fallacy of the perfect state, the vogue for genetic engineering and the idea of the noble savage. Brimming with satirical concepts that have been borne out by the passage of time, Huxley’s masterpiece is as relevant now as it ever has been.' - Waterstones Far-off in the ...

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Book Review – 100 Cakes and Bakes – Mary Berry

Book Review – 100 Cakes and Bakes – Mary Berry

'It's not often that you find a collection of mini cookbooks that inspires you with so much confidence, but My Kitchen Table's series of 100 recipes by various chefs is a classy production.' - Sunday Telegraph Magazine Mary Berry is the star of cakes. There is no one better skilled to show you how to make the best ...

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Book Review – The Glass House – Jody Cooksley

Book Review – The Glass House – Jody Cooksley

A poignant, elegant and richly detailed fictional account of 19th century photographer, Julia Margaret Cameron, and her quest to find and share her own creative voice. The Glass House brings an exceptional photographer to life. What is a life without Art and Beauty? Not one that Julia chooses to live. And so she ...

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Book Review – The Wild Way Home – Sophie Kirtley

Book Review – The Wild Way Home – Sophie Kirtley

'Delivers in spades. It made me laugh, cry, gasp and turn the pages for one more chapter every time I had to stop.' - Nizrana Farook A conquest of assured storytelling from a unique new voice, The Wild Way Home is a skillfully constructed time-slip adventure featuring vividly realised characters and a richly ...

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Book Review – Devil’s Charge – Michael Arnold

Book Review – Devil’s Charge – Michael Arnold

'A dark-hued romp, livid with the scents, sounds and colours of a country on the brink of implosion…impressive' - Daily Express Devil's Charge, the second in The Civil War Chronicles, Michael Arnold's acclaimed series of historic thrillers, witnesses battle-scarred hero Captain Stryker, 'the Sharpe of the Civil ...

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Book Review – Food For A Happy Gut – Naomi Devlin

Book Review – Food For A Happy Gut – Naomi Devlin

'I love working with Naomi. She's a force of nature and her brilliant books have the power to change lives' - Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall Bestselling author of River Cottage Gluten Free, Naomi Devlin's second book, Food for a Happy Gut, is full of recipes that will ease your digestion, relieve your gut and relish ...

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