Category : Drama

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The Romanov Sisters by Helen Rappaport – A Review

The story of the Romanovs is one that continues to interest scholars, historians and the general public even today. The Romanov Sisters: The Lost Lives of the Daughters of Nicholas and Alexandra by Helen Rappaport is probably one of the best novels on the four Russian Grand Duchesses that has ever been written. It focuses

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We Were Liars by E. Lockhart – A Review

A book about lies might not seem like something that is worth reading, but this one is beyond all your expectations. You will have emotions you might never have thought possible while reading this book. Lies are powerful and moving, we tell lies in our daily lives to people around us as well as to

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The Hurricane Sisters by Dorothea Benton – A Review

The Hurricane Sisters is a heartwarming tale of family bonds, and the pull of friendships. It perfectly outlines the modern relationships we have within our families. Set in the marvelous lowcountry of Carolina, The Hurricane Sisters is a novel that brings readers to a beautiful island, home to two close friends. Ashley Anne Walters and

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The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt – A Review

The Goldfinch is the third novel from acclaimed author Donna Tartt. The Pulitzer Prize-winning story starts with the tale of a young boy Theo Decker who survives a gruesome accident that claims the life of his mother. His father abandons him after meeting a new girlfriend, meaning Theo is forced to live with strangers. His

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The House of Sleep by Jonathan Coe – A Review

Jonathan Coe is a writer with a great ability: that of being humane and extremely detail-oriented at the same time. You will love his funny way of putting things and his juicy, quirky characters that will be extremely well built from the very sentence they are introduced in. And even more than that, you will

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The Hours: A Novel by Michael Cunningham – A Review

You have probably heard of The Hours: A Novel before – either because of the famous 2002 Oscar-winning movie (featuring the wonderful Meryl Streep, Nicole Kidman and Julian Moore), or the original 1998 book that both The Pulitzer Prize for Fiction and the PEN/Faulkner Award for Fiction. Either way, this is one of those novels

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The Bell by Iris Murdoch – A Review

Iris Murdoch is not a name you can easily ignore, and even if you haven’t read anything of her books it’s quite likely that you’ll have heard her name at least once. The Times included her on a list of the most important writers from 1945 onwards – and not without reason. Murdoch writes about

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