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Book Review: The End Of Eddy by Edouard Louis

The End Of Eddy is Edouard Louis' semi-autobiographical account of his childhood and adolescence in a village in rural France, where the residents are incarcerated by a life lived below the poverty line.

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Book Review: 4 3 2 1 by Paul Auster

Following the age-old fascination of parallel lives, most popularly summed up by Frost's The Road Not Taken and its ubiquitous opening lines, "Two roads diverged in a yellow wood/ And sorry I could not travel both...", in his first novel for seven years, Paul Auster takes on the ambitious challenge of his main character, Archie Ferguson, travelling not just two roads, but four.

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Book Review: The Bone Field by Simon Kernick

In the grounds of a Buckinghamshire school, the remains of two teenage girls have been discovered, many years after both their unsolved disappearances and, at the time, crimes that were seemingly unconnected.

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