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Date archive forAugust, 2017
By admin On Thursday, August 31st, 2017
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Last Stop Tokyo review: Vivid setting and skilfully plotted story

LAST STOP TOKYO by James Buckler Doubleday, £12.99  He hopes that by running 6,000 miles from the mistakes he has made and the people he has hurt he can turn his back on the past and reinvent himself. Working More...

By admin On Thursday, August 31st, 2017
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Gather The Daughters by Jennie Melamed: Dystopian fiction on future gone wrong

Gather The Daughters by Jennie Melamed Tinder Press, £18.99  This dark, compelling debut tells the story of a religious cult where women and girls are trapped in a nightmarish rule-bound existence. Life on More...

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Winds of Winter: The DIREWOLVES are the key to which two Starks live and which two DIE

HBO Winds of Winter Starks and direwolves WARNING: MAJOR SPOILERS FOR SEASON SEVEN AND BOOK SIX Game of Thrones Season Seven ended on another thrilling cliffhanger. As always, the death toll More...

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Star blames 'racist' Hollywood for name change

Actress Chloe Bennet claims she was forced to change her surname because “Hollywood is racist” and producers “wouldn’t cast me with a last name that made them uncomfortable”. The More...

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The Jam's Rick Buckler 'Paul Weller doesn't want a reunion stealing his thunder' EXCLUSIVE

The icon punk band may have only lasted a decade, but their appeal and influence is still felt across the genres almost 50 years later. Original members Paul Weller, Rick Buckler and Bruce Foxton have gone on More...

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I Am, I Am, I Am by Maggie O’Farrell – book review: A captivating memoir

O’Farrell, the award-winning author of novels including The Hand That First Held Mine and Instructions For A Heatwave, recounts a series of terrifying experiences including, to name but a few, being held at More...

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Princess Diana: How tragic death made Candle In The Wind the best-selling song in HISTORY

Today, of course, marks two decades since the heartbreaking death of Princess Diana. It was her passing that prompted the single Candle In The Wind ’97, by Elton John, to be released. The song, as many will More...

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Andy Rubin apologizes for Essential’s “humiliating” customer data leak

After requiring customers who ordered the Essential phone to provide their driver’s license information over email to verify their shipping address, CEO Andy Rubin today apologized for the incident in a blog More...

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Old World Charm in the Colorado Rockies

PHOTO: Vail, Colorado’s Sonnenalp — an accommodation thrumming with alpine hospitality. (photo by Scott Laird) Alpine destinations around the world are known for their hospitality: The beautiful-yet-rugged More...

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May risks ‘lame duck premiership’ with mixed messages & no majority, ex-Cameron aide warns

Sir Craig Oliver claimed the narrative in Westminster was Mrs May was going to leave after Brexit negotiations and the mixed message of announcing she is in it for the “long term” could cause problems. The More...