Reviews (Feature Category)

Reviews

The Emma Press Anthology of Aunts

So, it’s National Aunts and Uncles Day today and we can’t think of a better way to celebrate Aunts than by reviewing The Emma Press’ Anthology of Aunts.

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Depictions of Farming in Literature: Review of The Farm at the Edge of the World and Interview with Sarah Vaughan

We’ve all done it haven’t we–? Been sitting in some idyllic place, having a cream tea, looked out across the charming rural landscape and thought, yes I could do this…

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Celebrating Jane Austen: Pride and Prejudice

Imagine my dilemma if you will, as I sat down to write a review of Miss Austen’s work for her bicentenary and I had to choose just one favourite.

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The Good Daughter

Nothing provides better antidote to humidity than a spine-chilling thriller and this is a novel that certainly delivers on that point.

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No Filter: An Interview with Orlagh Collins

On publication day for her debut young adult novel, No Filter we share our review and our interview with Orlagh Collins.

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The Summer of Impossible Things

Time is a hot topic and one thing’s for sure – there’s just not enough of it. It is in the future fleetingly and in the past for every second we move on and that’s the point – time moves on. There is no slowing it down, no freezing a perfect moment or redoing an awful one… or is there?

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Will You Walk A Little Faster?

This collection certainly inspires thought and the resounding one I was left with was, if I thoroughly recommend it, will you walk a little faster to get it for your bookshelves?

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First Fox

The power of these stories to move and disturb the reader is for me, where their success lies and I am pleased that First Fox has been added to the Literature Works bookshelves.

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The Hell-Hound of the Baskervilles

A magical take on the world of Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson: Warlock Holmes is on the case …

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Children of Albion

Set in a sink-estate – a kind of microcosmic world where the struggles and strains of the modern world are magnified and intensified- Children of Albion tells the story of children who have become lost: some physically, some emotionally, but all of them living on the edges of life.

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