The Humans – Matt Haig

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“The Humans” by Matt Haig was a book my Dad had read and passed on to me as he thought I would like it. He’s usually pretty spot on with his book recommendations so I was happy to give this one a go.
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Bones of the Lost – Kathy Reichs

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“Bones of the Lost” is the 16th book in Kathy Reichs’ “Temperance Brennan” series of books and in this one the action is mainly set in Charlotte, with the exception of a brief trip to Afghanistan as a favour to her ex-husband, Pete.
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Dead Ever After – Charlaine Harris

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Please note, this review is for the final book in a series. There may be some spoilers for preceding books.
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Lord of the Rings – J. R. R. Tolkien

I’m going to start doing my reviews differently and instead of summarising the plot before the review I will just review the book. Avoids giving away too much of the story and means I can concentrate just on the review.
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The Chronicles of Narnia – C. S. Lewis

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I decided to read the “Chronicles of Narnia” series by C. S. Lewis right through from start to finish and review them all in one blog post rather than separating them out as they are all quite short so I’ve been powering through pretty fast. I treated myself to a beautiful hardback collection with the original Pauline Baynes illustrations to replace the slightly tatty and extremely mismatched paperbacks I had as a child and have been dying to do a re-read since I bought them.
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Ben – Kerry Needham

“Ben” by Kerry Needham is the true story of Ben Needham, who went missing on the Greek island of Kos back in 1991. Ben was 21 months old when he disappeared, he would be 24 now. To date he has not been found.
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The Flavours of Love – Dorothy Koomson

“The Flavours of Love” is the latest book by Dorothy Koomson, an Author I read a lot of.
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