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    The Things We Learn When We’re Dead – Charlie Laidlaw

    A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away... It’s cold outside, there’s no kind of atmosphere. I’m all alone, more or less... Don’t panic. If you understand the above three references then you will LOVE ‘The Things We Learn When We’re Dead’ If you haven’t made the link between the three references above, let me help you out... The Things We Learn When We’re Dead is a book that seems to have been heavily influenced by Star Wars, Red Dwarf and The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy - this is in no way a bad thing! Let me explain... Lorna Love is dead.  Killed when she steps out…

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    Vox – Christina Dalcher

    The United States has a new president. Women no longer read, write or work. They stay at home, tend to their children and husband - keep house. They also don’t speak. Women have been limited to 100 words a day. Exceed this and they receive an electric shock which increases for every additional word they speak. I read this book on recommendation from Emma-R. Joined library just to get book quickly. Brilliant debut from Dalcher. All women should read this book - believe the hype. Utterly terrifying - could this actually happen? Completely brilliant 5 stars. [100 word limit reached]

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    I Know You – Annabel Kantaria

    As a Book Blogger, when you get a book direct from the publisher it's a pretty big deal.  I received my review copy of 'I Know You' by Annabel Kantaria direct from HarperCollinsUK and may have been a little giddy about it! The story follows Taylor, an american abroad, living in London with her husband, Jake.  Taylor is pregnant and lonely, in her search for some new friends she joins a walking group.  It's at this group she meets Simon and Anna.  Anna is also pregnant, has an absent husband and is also looking for a friend.  Simon is a divorced stay at home carer for his elderly and sick…

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    In Servitude – Heleen Kist

    Welcome to the Blog Tour for 'In Servitude' by Heleen Kist.  Thanks again to Shalini of Digital Reads Blog Tours for allowing me to be a part of this Blog Tour! Do you owe your family your life? When Grace McBride’s beloved sister Glory dies in a car crash, her carefully considered life spirals out of control. She discovers Glory had been drawn into illegal activities at odds with her seemingly charmed existence. What’s worse, Grace finds herself an unwitting accomplice now forced to take over her sister’s shady dealings. Determined to keep her fingers clean and redeem her sister’s reputation, Grace plots to extricate herself—and all those Glory held…

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    Moments – Cara Belner

    I received this book directly from the author, Cara Belner.  This is my first, ever, proper, hold-it-in-your-hands, book that I've received as a book blogger - it'll be kept forever! Luckily, it's a goodie. The story follows Kelly, a college student who feels like she's never really fitted in anywhere.  On starting her second term at college she finally feels confident in her own skin and vows to make this year the year that things change.  Unfortunately for Kelly during her first Frat Party her drink is spiked and she wakes up in a strange bed, in a strange flat with the realisation that she has been raped. It's not…