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Friends of Bookends

Friends of Bookends review The Switch by Beth O’Leary

Angela N   Having thoroughly enjoyed Beth O’Leary’s debut, The Flatshare, it was with a squeal of glee that I found myself with a copy of her next novel, The Switch, in my hands. In […]

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Jen

What is your all-time favourite book, and why?   I read both fiction and non-fiction voraciously. I really don’t have a favourite book and can honestly say that my favourite book is always the one […]

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Angie

What is your all-time favourite book, and why? My Sister’s Keeper. It was the first Jodi Picoult book I had ever read and I never saw the end coming. It was the first ever book […]

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Karen

What is your all-time favourite book, and why?   I have many favourite books, but my all-time favourite has to be Daphne du Maurier’s Rebecca.  I read it so many years ago but I’ve never […]

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Tim

What is your all-time favourite book, and why?   My all-time best book has to be As I Walked Out One Midsummer Morning by Laurie Lee.   If you could choose any book character to […]

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Angela

What is your all-time favourite book, and why?   I honestly couldn’t pick an all-time favourite book. At any point in time, my favourite book is the one I’m currently reading! I could list some… Captain […]

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Francine

What is your all-time favourite book, and why?   Birdsong by Sebastian Faulks because of its realism and lasting impression on me.   If you could choose any book character to be friends with, who […]

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Zarina

What is your all-time favourite book, and why?   Station Eleven by Emily St John Mandel. It’s a highly imaginative and achingly realistic post-apocalyptic novel with a surprising grace to it despite the hardships happening […]

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