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Description In 1928, an Italian airship expedition to the North Pole mysteriously disappears. As the standard crew of the airship prepares for an extended stay on the drifting icepack where they have crashed, a d... more

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Description An epic love story and adventure set against the stunning backdrop of Antarctica. Alice Peel is a geologist. She believes in observation and proof. But now she stands alone on the deck of a rickety Ch... more

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Description Signed by the author, with no other messages or inscriptions. First edition, 2004. Light scratches on the covers, otherwise excellent condition. In this ground-breaking study of the Egyptian creation ... more

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AdvantagesFabulous descriptions of Antarctic; well researched; engaging style

DisadvantagesPoor character development & dialogue; implausible in parts

...aside I enjoyed ?Sun at Midnight?; Rosie Thomas redeems herself with her captivating descriptions of the Antarctic and by creating a story that is exciting and gripping, even if the characters that play it out are hard to warm to. The well researched details are woven naturally into the story and to a greater extent this mollified my irritation with the characters. Large parts of the novel reminded...

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Advantagesfantastic read


...I absolutely adored this book! The second instalment of Sarah J Maas epic, Throne of Glass series, this was a story I found virtually impossible to put down. With just as much romance, magick and mystery as the first, Crown of Midnight was a tremendous read. Beginning a few weeks after the end of the last book, the story picks up with Celaena in full assassin mode, reluctantly fulfilling her...

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AdvantagesTiffany's struggle with being on the verge of adulthood is something we've all endured

DisadvantagesYou might not want to read a Pratchett book - "its all goblins and stuff". Oh well.

...enable you to catch up and follow what's going on. The title of this particular book, "I shall wear midnight" comes about when Tiffany is asked why, if she is a witch, does she not wear black. She replies that she will only wear midnight when she is old. The plot Tiffany is doing the things that witches do (helping the old and infirm by rubbing ointment onto hard to reach bad backs, easing...

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