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What Library Staff are Reading – March 2014

Well, there were some good rainy days to keep you indoors and nothing to do but read!  So what have your Library staff had their noses in? A Death in the Family: My Struggle  by Karl Ove Knausgard The Last … Continue reading

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What Library Staff are Reading – February 2014

I’ve been enjoying the dogs eye view of the Chet and Bernie series of detective stories by Spencer Quinn. It is real holiday fare with some fun observations about the relationships between humans and dogs, the ways that dogs might … Continue reading

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What Library Staff are Reading July 2013

Good news, bad news – another Scout Davis novel by Maggie Groff, set in Byron Bay. As a friend of mine says she wishes she could find a “Rafe.” The Chaperone by Laura Moriarty – a moving story set in the … Continue reading

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What Library Staff are Reading – February 2013

I have been reading, for forever it seems, 600+ densely typed pages of Seven Types of Ambiguity by Elliot Perlman. I’m at around p450 and at this stage I’m not sure anymore if I’m enjoying it. I want to move … Continue reading

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> Once, Then and Now – three titles by Morris Gleitzman which tell the story of a holocaust survivor from childhood to old age. These children’s books are just beautifully written and I can’t wait to share them with my … Continue reading

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> Disgrace by J M Coetzee ~ This was a dark read dealing with among other themes, Aparthied issues in South Africa. The subject content wasn’t by any means pleasant, but it was thought provoking and well written and was … Continue reading

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