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Fifty Shades of Moaning

Three years after its release, I finally succumbed to the call of Fifty Shades of Grey. From what I’d heard it was a porn-y version of Twilight and after having read all three books, I can confirm that statement.

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The Wall by William Sutcliffe

The-WallBlonde moment: all the way through this book I kept on thinking, wow, how coincidental? This book sounds exactly like what is happening in Gaza right now.

After finishing, I realised that that was what it was based on.


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Siren (Siren, #1) by Tricia Rayburn

sirenIt’s always fun picking a book from my much-loved bookshelf which houses around fifty books, I’d guess. Depending on the mood I am in at that moment, it could be any type of book that I snatch up and look away quickly to avoid a dilemma.

This time it was Siren – the cover looked interesting, the title hinted at some hot scenes and, well, I was just in the mood for that book.

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Animal Farm by George Orwell

download                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Animal Farm is quite similar to 1984 in the way that it conveys the same message – people are gullible. Tell them something enough times and they will believe you.

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Hard Candy (2005)

download                                                                                        Teasing, disturbing and scary, Hard Candy keeps you at the edge of your seat as you wonder who will have the upper hand in the cat-and-mouse game that 14-year old, paedophile-hater, Hayley Stark [Ellen Page] creates.

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