Reviews (Feature Category)

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Anatomy of a Scandal

In true high-octane legal drama style, I found myself flip-flopping from prosecution to defence and back again as the arguments were set forth until at last the truth was rendered and the novel reached a conclusion which will stay with me for a long time. A thoroughly recommended read.

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An Almost Perfect Christmas

Taking into my reading of this festive treat of a book everything I had gleaned about the author, I knew I was in for a very real portrayal of the holiday season…

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The Alphabet of Heart’s Desire

Weaving a compelling story which is contained within frankly (and possibly deliberately) addictive breathless prose, this novel is a thoroughly recommended read.

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Coconut Unlimited

Whilst Coconut Unlimited is a novel which riffs on juxtapositions and binaries: cultural diversity and symbiosis, self-identity and self-crisis , reality and dreams, there can be no duality to its success. An excellently observed and strikingly relevant novel, it is thoroughly recommended.

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Toots

An irrepressible spirit, reverence to whom is given by the voice of the poems, it is difficult not to be captivated by Toots from the outset of the collection.

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An Inventory of Heaven by Jane Feaver

Shipleigh is a rural treasure, a hamlet in the depths of the Devon countryside, far-removed from modern civilisation. The isolated peace of Shipleigh provides a welcome relief from the devastation…

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Now You Can Look

These are poems yes, and written in that style and yet they are also stories, snapshots and flashes of revelation which reveal a life, it doesn’t matter whose, which is full of vivid passion and vibrancy.

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Hearth

Indeed, nothing is more appealing than the soundtrack of a crackling fire as one escapes into a world of another’s making.

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National Poetry Day Approaches and We Review Pascale Petit’s Mama Amazonica

Whilst we wait for the arrival of National Poetry Day and our celebrations with our Writing Places writers-in-residence, we want to share our review of Petit’s new collection with you. We think it’s definitely one for your National Poetry Day wish lists.

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My Name is Leon

His name is Leon, he may be small, but he is mighty and he is amazing.

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Wed 17

Annual Short Story Prize

£12.00
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3rd October 2017 - 31st May 2018
Wed 17

Debut Poetry Collection Prize

£12
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3rd October 2017 - 30th November 2018