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Iron Canuck
Iron Canuck rated it 2 years ago
Alessandra survived one horrific night and exacted her revenge with the help of Hunter. Having broken Council rules, they are on the run. She wanted to remain strong and found the strength within herself because of Hunter. The story is a quick read and is full of danger, rescues, and making the ulti...
markk
markk rated it 4 years ago
Throughout much of the 1920s, Londoners had a front-row seat to the antics of a small group of socialites about town. These young men and women staged lavish parties, disrupted activities with scavenger hunts and other stunts, and provided fodder for gossip columnists and cartoonists. This group, du...
SusannaG - Confessions of a Crazy Cat Lady
From the blurbs on this one, it looked like a historical thriller set in an alternate history (Edward VIII is still king in 1939, as war with Germany starts). That looked like a fun read. Unfortunately, it only turned into an attempt at a thriller at the very end of the book. Mostly it was a slo...
Nigeyb
Nigeyb rated it 6 years ago
I thoroughly enjoyed this moving and informative account of the 1920s British band of pleasure-seeking bohemians and blue blooded socialites that comprised the "Bright Young People".D.J. Taylor's fascinating book explores the main events and the key players, throughout the 1920s, 1930s, World War Tw...
TCWriter
TCWriter rated it 6 years ago
This is a fun collection of essays from many U.K. writers about their favorite season in English football (soccer to us Yanks).Edited by Nick Hornby, each writer recounts their personal favorite year in the life of their favorite football club, and while it's engrossing stuff, I'd suggest you need s...
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