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No 547 Animals by Keith Ridgway

A few year ago I read, and loved, Hawthorn & Child by Keith Ridgway. A surreal esoteric detective novel, its weirdness was wonderful so I was highly anticipating this earlier novel, Animals. Ostensibly, Animals charts the mental and physical breakdown of an unnamed narrator, as he wanders around his city and becomes terrifyingly aware of…

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Playing Catch Up….

My 20 Books of Summer challenge may look like a complete disaster at the moment, but things are not quite as bad as they seem. My reading is going well, it’s just the reviewing that I don’t seem to have the time for! We are just back from a rainy week in the West of…

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Val Penny's Book Reviews

By Crooked Cat author, Val Penny

Intentergy

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a hot cup of pleasure

There is nothing more satisfying than reading a book while sipping a hot cup of tea.

warm days will never cease

A classic is a book that has never finished saying what it has to say. – Italo Calvino

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