Book review: Resurrection Bay

Resurrection Bay

Resurrection Bay

by  Emma Viskic
Penguin Random House/Pushkin Vertigo

Genre: Mystery / Crime
Pages: 288

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Resurrection Bay is a mystery with a very unique characteristic for its main hero.
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Book review: Salt Creek

Salt Creek

Salt Creek

Do you need a change of landscape? Salt Creek is for you. It is set in 19th century England and mostly South Australia, in a rough area baked by the sun, where not much grows and even sheep have a  hard time.


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Let's Explore Diabetes With Owls

I could not believe this book
was just waiting for me on a library shelf.

I know I am already reading 4 other books,
but though I was very disappointed
with his last book I had to try this one,
as several readers said
Sedaris was back to his own funny self.

So far he really is.
I was really laughing by myself
reading the first pages right there at the library.

His pages on the French doctors and dentists are so funny
and they definitely ring true!!
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I loved so much Victor Hugo‘s poem,
Demain dès l’aube,
about his daughter,
that I was delighted to receive
this historical novel
from the author,
on Hugo’s other daughter,
who was thought to be mad.

I love the style
and the structure of the book.

Beautifully written.


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