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Book Review: Ada’s Rules by Alice Randall

Book Review: Ada’s Rules by Alice Randall

If you're new here, why not subscribe to our email updates or follow us on Facebook? You can also add us to your Google Reader. Thanks for visiting! “[Ada] admired great big women. When she was small, she had coveted their authority, their beauty, and their significance. Then she got some for her own damn self.” A Nashville, Tennessee native, Ada...

Book Review: The Guys’ Guy’s Guide to Love by Robert Manni

Book Review: The Guys’ Guy’s Guide to Love by Robert Manni

My husband has a friend who appears to have internalised every word of The Game, and to rather nauseating effect. This guy owns not one, but several cream-coloured suits, wears brimmed hats inside, breaks out in French (and/or karate poses) whenever his girl-dar starts beeping, begins every sentence with “I”, and has very creatively reinterpreted...

Book Review: Ocean Beach by Wendy Wax

Book Review: Ocean Beach by Wendy Wax

My computer’s autofill has a habit of trying to update my address to Melbourne, Florida rather than Melbourne, Australia. From what little I know of the former, I’d say that there’s one key difference between the two: the weather. Today’s commute to work involved a battle against Antarctic winds, freezing sleet, and four wheel drives...

Book Review: I’ve Got Your Number by Sophie Kinsella

Book Review: I’ve Got Your Number by Sophie Kinsella

When my phone was stolen on the subway in Buenos Aires I awarded myself some travel cred points. After all, I’ve travelled through all sorts of dodgy places unscathed (except for a terrible bout of food poisoning in Vietnam and a weird foot infection in Malaysia), so it was about time I had a woe-is-me travel experience to make myself appear...

Book Review: The Wedding Season by Su Dharmapala

Book Review: The Wedding Season by Su Dharmapala

When I turned eighteen, my Italian grandmother proudly presented me with a truly hideous cutlery collection. “For when you get married,” she said. For the next seven years that cutlery set was trotted out every single time I visited. “For when you get married,” was the accompanying refrain each time. Needless to say, she’s now...

Book Review: Single Girl Abroad by Kelly Hunter

Book Review: Single Girl Abroad by Kelly Hunter

The more I review, the more I realise how important a book’s cover is. Not simply because I’m the kind of reader who equates a beautiful cover with a brilliant read (I’ve been burnt a few times for succumbing to that particular lure), but because a cover is such an integral part of branding. Particular cover designs are associated with...

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