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“Inside the O’Briens” by Lisa Genova (2015) – book review

A strong memory flew back into my mind as I was reading the closing pages of this new novel. The image of a hugely incapacitated lady being hand fed soup rather unsuccessfully by I presume her daughter, around four years … Continue reading

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Hot off the Press April 2015

“Knowing I loved my books, he furnished me From mine own library with volumes that I prize above my dukedom.” (Shakespeare’s “The Tempest”)             I think we bookworms all feel the same way sometimes – there’s a mountain … Continue reading

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“Still Alice” by Lisa Genova (2007) – book review

It’s not the film of the year, but it has provided the perfect backdrop for Julianne Moore to win her well-deserved Oscar, and it is almost certain to beautifully highlight the plight of so many people’s lives being wrecked by … Continue reading

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