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Description First published in 1847, Wuthering Heights is set on the bleak Yorkshire moors, where the drama of Catherine and Heathcliff, Heathcliff's cruel revenge against Edgar and Isabella Linton, and the promi... more


Description the ordinary laws of Nature are suspended. The various checks with influence the struggle for existence in the world at large are all neutralized or altered. Creatures survive which would otherwise di... more


Description Set in a small town in New Zealand, this story is told through the eyes of a gauche 13-year-old boy called Jimmy Sullivan. It is the haunting tale of a young boy growing up in a Catholic household, se... more


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Review of The Flood - Ian Rankin


“The Flood by Ian Rankin”

published 22/01/2008

Good story, enjoyable writing and exciting ending

No epilogue

...Background I'm sure most people have heard of this author Ian Rankin through the Rebus books and television series. This was however my first experience of his work. About the Author Ian Rankin was born in Fife, Scotland in 1960. He is the UK's Number 1 selling crime author. So far he has written 27 novels, of which his most successful have been the Rebus books. His first novel was...

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Review of Reasons to Be Cheerful (The Very Best of Ian Dury & the Blockheads/Parental Advisory) [PA] - Ian Dury


All the hits

some weaker songs, this Cd not in prodiction any longer

...Watching the recent film ?Sex, Drugs and Rock and Roll? chronicling the life and works of the late, great Ian Dury I was struck by two things. One was what an unlikely pop star he really was and secondly how g ood his fusion of punk, rock, and roll reggae, funk and a dash of music hall really was. It made me dig out my dancing shoes and my copy of ?Reasons to Be Cheerful: the Very Best of Ian...

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Review of Sweet Tooth - Ian McEwan


Beautifully written and a good plot line

None for me

...It's not too often that I read a book I fear ending; however Ian McEwan's beautifully crafted novel Sweet Tooth was such a book; anything I was to read after it was going to disappoint me not least for its leaden prose. I remember first reading Ian McEwan as a young teen in around 1980; my sophisticated university attending older sister tossed a couple of his slim volumes at me saying: ?He...

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