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‘I know not where she is!’ (18+) A few years ago I stayed at a coaching inn which was once frequented by Matthew Hopkins, the notorious Witchfinder General of Essex. On the outside wall of the inn I found a sign, explaining that under Hopkins personal supervision, more than 300… Read More

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"Atmospheric, of course, leavened by the richness of language you've brought to bear. The pace is nicely balanced too. And you care." Read More

A review of Cambridge scholar Robert MacFarlane's eclectic mix of travelogue, history and personal examination based around an account of his walks in the wild places of the UK and other countries. Read More

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A review of John Osborne's affectionate account of travelling around the British seaside Read More

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A review of Henry Hemming's biography of the legendary MI5 spymaster. Read More

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A well written autobiographical book about horses and race horses. Contains an A-Z on horse terminology. Suitable for people wanting to start a career in horses or races horse or have horses. Contains a lot of helpful information about horses. Well worth a read. If you read and like my… Read More

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A review of John Lewis-Stemple's book about the life and times of an English field. Read More
The Retrospect is a series of book reviews made by Mr. Fictitious. This is an opinionated review about the book written by John Grern, The Fault In Our Stars. Read More
The Retrospect is a series of book reviews made by Mr. Fictitious. This is an opinionated review about the book written by George R.R. Martin, Fire & Blood. Read More
A review of Stephen Fay and David Kynaston's joint biography of two legendary figures in cricket commentary. Read More
AN EPOCH MAKING IN A BOOK TITLE: MOBILISATION FOR NATIONAL SECURITY AND DEVELOPMENT BY BRIGADIER GENERAL DOMINIC GABRIEL UDOFA It's almost certain to profess that a Writer is one to whom writing is more difficult than any other. But there are few and rare who make writing appear as though… Read More
A review of Dutch economist and philosopher Rutger Bregman's manual for building a better society. Read More
Where do I start? I must admit, I was a little concerned if, Emerald Wilson-Bey, would be able to pull off such a manuscript of this genre, coming from minimal author experience, having only published one book before this one, which was a Hollywood tell-all, about a short relationship between… Read More
A review of Unnatural Causes, the autobiography of leading UK forensic pathologist Dr Richard Shepherd. Read More
A review of Taylor Downing's account of the endgame of the Cold War focussing on the events of a single pivotal year. Read More
A review of Willow Winsham's enlightening account of witch panics and village rivalries in seventeenth century England. Read More
Since the 1990s, Mosley and his Jubilee Partners have been speaking to Christian churches every where. Mosley says "I long for the day when every church congregation in the United States that claims to follow Jesus clamors to have the privilege of sponsoring at least one of these refugee families!… Read More
read Bo Demont's book, called Nemesis Vector. Read More

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It's a adult fiction book about the progress of technology has come to be. And to what effect it has on us. Read More

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I wonder if anyone else has had this happen to them. Let me know. Read More
This is my essay of reviews and comparisons for The Call Of the Wild by Jack London. Read More
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Aunque sé español, no soy muy bueno para escribirlo. Lo leí tal vez un 95% bien. Pero escribirlo a veces es un problema. Así que estoy usando Google Translate. Si ve algún error: siéntase libre de decirme. Y lo arreglaré dentro de dos semanas. Este es mi viaje para convertirme… Read More

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December 16, 2017

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A stranger there to help you giving you the piece of advice you are looking for! Read More
This a scholarly Review on my work by Ierve Godwin Read More
This is a Preface wonderfully written by an intellectual colossus and Professor of Grammar/Syntax and Dean Faculty of Art, Nasarawa State University, Keffi Read More
This covers extraordinary acclaims and comments on the Author and the book The Intellectual saviour by Meshach Terfa Read More

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This is my book review of the famous autobiography, "I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings" by Maya Angelou. Read More
Director & Producer Jonathan Sanger Writes His Memoir of How He Produced The Elephant Man Read More
I just finished this AMAZING book, Washed Away: From Darkness to Light by Nikki DuBose. This girl has overcome so much in her life, all of these serious mental health issues, and is a super advocate for so many. Her story seriously inspired me and if you are looking for… Read More
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18 year old girl who meets the Turner sisters, who are very poor. From asking the Turner sisters a few questions, Nancy learns that a distant relative of them (Mr. Crowley), promised to make sure that he would leave the Turners a good amount of money in his will so… Read More

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*The Code, a personal experience book written by Mawi Asgedom, alternately addresses the reader, specifically teens, to get the most out of life, and how to do so; this is my review/take on the book... Read More

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A review of Nathan Filer's novel about a young man living with mental ilness. Read More

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Please provide feedback to my work so far. This is not complete yet but I am toying around and want to see if there is interest and also to see what it takes to make an actual book. Thanks for all comments, its very much appreciated. Read More