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Top 5 Books from my Childhood

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Reading has always been a huge part of my life. When I was a child reading was my escape. Its what I did before I went to bed, on the train, during downtime while were on holiday; you get the picture. It was during this time I began re-reading different books, some of which I still read today. Obviously, I have found a few favourites as I went along. So today I’m sharing my top 5 Childhood favourite books.

Dollhouse by Anya Allyn

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Have you ever read a book that has left you disappointed, yet still wanting more? This is how I felt at the end of Dollhouse by Anya Allyn. I read the very last line of the story and found myself thinking what? Why has it finished here? However, it did make me really want to know what was happening next in the sequel. It was frustrating yet intriguing at the same time.

I enjoyed the whole concept of the book.

Getting Back into Reading

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As many of you may have guessed I’m an avid reader. I always have been, I can’t remember not enjoying books. But as often happens as I grew older, my workload got heavier through GCSE’s, A Levels and University I found myself reading less and less and I know this is true for many people. So I’ve put together some tips for getting back into reading.

Tip #1 Choose your medium.

You might be like me,

Twist Of Faith – Ellen J. Green

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Twist of Faith: Summary

When family secrets are unearthed, a woman’s past can become a dangerous place to hide…

After the death of her adoptive mother, Ava Saunders comes upon a peculiar photograph, sealed and hidden away in a crawl space. The photo shows a shuttered, ramshackle house on top of a steep hill. On the back, a puzzling inscription: Destiny calls us.

Ava is certain that it’s a clue to her elusive past.

Alice – Christina Henry

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Christina Henry wrote an extremely dark and disturbing re-imagining of the classic Alice in Wonderland. Be prepared to see Alice in Wonderland in a brand new light! My thoughts on Christina Henry's re-imagining of this classic Lewis Carol tale.