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text 2018-11-22 11:58
Adding a Pinch of Charm in your Closets


Are you seeing similar things in your wardrobe for quite a long time? Or are you repeating your outfits every once in a while lately? If you've got an answer in yes, you definitely need some good additions in your closet! A slight add up in work wear, a bit in your party wear and some casuals too, shop for all of them to get sorted for your weekdays and weekends together. Top Vouchers Code won’t let you spend hours thinking about which stores to hook up to for this as it lists down some of the superlatives for you below.


Jaded London

An extremely fascinating fashion store it is that showcases a mesmerizing cluster of products for both men and women. Here you’ll find amazing dresses, skirts, trousers, tops, playsuits, swimwear, jackets, t-shirts, shorts, and a lot more. They don’t ever let you put on some boring pieces and so come up with a bright and lively set of merchandise every time. Shop for any of their products using Jaded London voucher codes at massive reductions.

Dandy Fellow

The makers at this outlet believe in comfort more than anything else and so this one is the best for those who reckon the same. Showcased here are fabulous shirts, polo shirts, tracksuits, blazers, coats, jackets, sweatshirts, jeans, chinos, leggings, hoodies and much more. You can also buy comfy footwear from some of the top rated brands here at marked offs. Use Dandy Fellow discount codes to avail them!

Lady V London

Taking you back into the old times, this store brings to you some super beautiful collections tying a tinge of vintage in it. They agree to the fact that fashion should be accessible to everyone and so they’ve become a master in producing plus size apparel. You can buy a bundle of fine dresses from vintage floral, pencil, polka dots, Dorothy and other collections. Order above £75 and have your hands on Lady V London free delivery codes to recieve your orders free of cost.

Jeff Banks

Landing with everything exclusively for men, this store never stays back in making them feel special. They encompass a great stack of products for them including shirts in various styles, t-shirts, jumpers, jeans, suits, blazers, coats and several others. You can also go for some exquisite accessories and shoes taking in ties, belts, cufflinks, hats and what not! Latch on to Jeff Banks sitewide promo codes to stay in your budget while shopping.

Jon Richard

Making your dresses much more attractive, this astonishing store compliments them with its luxurious stockpile of jewellery. They let you have necklaces, anklets, bracelets, brooches, bangles, earrings, tiaras, rings, matching sets and a load of other stuff. You can also get made some personalized jewellery here. Hold up on Jon Richard promotional codes and shop your heart out at discounted rates.


Those who struggle with their weak eyesights every day will agree on how glasses ruin their looks at the important events every time! Lenstore, therefore, suggests you to have your pair of lenses made by them to ease it all off. Besides contact lenses, you can also buy sunglasses and accessories from here using Lenstore promo codes and save a whopping amount. Crawl up here today and get your vision cleared!

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review 2018-10-30 02:35
Use of Weapons by Iain M. Banks (buddy re-read)
Use of Weapons - Iain M. Banks

Series: Culture #3


I'm still not a fan of this book, although the twist at the end made me less mad this time around. It actually starts off in a fairly promising fashion, as a kind of sci-fi romp that follows this guy skilled at war and who basically hires himself out as a mercenary. Sort of.


But then the story starts to get bogged down in itself, and the two interleaved timelines become less interesting. I have to say that the whole twist hinges on a few ambiguous lines. Also that last chapter (from the "old" or background timeline) is a cheat.


I'm going to get to hash it out with my friends and complain to my heart's content so it's not all bad, right?


I'm also counting this for the "Genre: Suspense" square for the 2018 Halloween Bingo.


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text 2018-10-25 01:28
Reading progress update: I've read 137 out of 488 pages.
The Forest of Souls - CARLA BANKS

it’s wonderful, and a perfect Mystery for the week before All Hallow’s Eve.

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text 2018-10-24 14:49
Reading progress update: I've read 57 out of 488 pages.
The Forest of Souls - CARLA BANKS

totally gripping so far - and it looks like I've picked a cool, if unintended, follow-up to The Secret History of Moscow, thanks to its drawing on, among other things, Russian history and fairy tales; Baba Yaga has been mentioned in both books.


it looks like Helen has possibly met a sinister end at the remote library, and the plot synopsis on the back of the book means I'm not surprised, but what actually happened to her is not confirmed yet, in the details. and, of course, who is responsible may be unknown for quite some time. meanwhile, Faith has interrupted the journalist's - Jake's - interview of her grandfather, an Eastern European immigrant fleeing life in the old country around 1943. he was just about to relate crucial memories of Minsk, and childhood, when the interview got paused. anyway, it's the back of the book that again hints at what may be coming..."Among the refugees from the concentration camps in Minsk were war criminals masquerading as victims. Could Faith's beloved grandfather Marek be hiding such a secret?".


this is a long Mystery novel, and judging by the early scenes with Helen it's going to get creepy very suddenly, at times. good! I like the writing style already, and the characters come alive and matter to me, almost as they are introduced. happy that this is what I have picked for the next few days leading to the true end of October.



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text 2018-10-24 00:49
Reading progress update: I've read 1 out of 488 pages.
The Forest of Souls - CARLA BANKS

50 Women Novelists in a Row: Book 15.


with October 31st getting closer, I want a long Mystery with a shiver-inducing title, an unsettling premise, and real potential to scare me at least a little bit. with its roots in Eastern Europe of World War 2, and how secrets from then and there could lead to murder today - plus a creepy piece of a poem about hungry wolves, featured just before Chapter 1 - this looks like the right choice.

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