2016 Reading #2: After You by Jojo Moyes

Tweet Title: After You Author: Jojo Moyes Published: 2015 Genre: Fiction Rating: 2 out of 5 Synopsis: How do you move on after losing the person you loved? How do you build a life worth living? Louisa Clark is no longer just an ordinary girl living an ordinary life. After […]

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Gospel-Powered Parenting by William P. Farley

Tweet Addition: E-book Genre: Christian, non-fiction Rating: 2 out of 5 Synopsis: A practical guide to parenting that starts with the differences that the Gospel makes in the lives of those doing the parenting – most Christian books ignore this aspect. I decided to read […]

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2015 Reading: #13 Mary Nichols’ The Fountain

Tweet 2015 Reading Book 13 – The Fountain by Mary Nichols Synopsis: Worn down by several years of marriage, Barbara feels she has lost all the vitality of her youth. But her old friend Simon is not prepared to let Barbara lose sight of the […]

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One Day by David Nicholls

Tweet Addition: E-book Genre: Fiction, chick-lit Published: 2001 Rating: 2 out of 5 Synopsis: Emma and Dexter meet for the first time on the night of their graduation. Tomorrow they must go their separate ways. So where will they be on this one day next […]

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2014 Reading: #5 David Nicholls’ One Day

Tweet The fifth book finished in 2014 was David Nicholls’ One Day. This book I have had waiting to be read for a long time, so I added it to my 2014 Mount TBR challenge; so I am pleased to say I have read it. […]

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Descending by Catherine Chisnell

Tweet Addition: Review e-book Rating: 2/5 Synopsis: Emily is a lonely, disillusioned, teaching assistant at a college of Further Education. Jamie is a neglected, unpredictable student. Trapped together in a falling lift, wherever will this lead? Told from Emily’s point of view, this story explores […]

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E: A Novel by Matt Beaumont

Tweet Synopsis: A fast-paced, wickedly funny tale of office back-stabbing and corporate intrigue that unfolds in a succession of escalating e-mails. Carla Browne-1/5/00, 3:05 pm to: All Departments re: I’m leaving now . . . but before I go there are some things you should […]

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