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Book Review – The Five (5) People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom

Part melodrama and part parable, Mitch Albom’s The Five People You Meet in Heaven weaves together three stories, all told about the same man: 83-year-old Eddie, the head maintenance person at Ruby Point Amusement Park. As the novel opens, readers are told that Eddie, unsuspecting, is only minutes away from death as he goes about […]

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Book Review – Blah Blah Black Sheep by Maggie Gibson

‘Blah, Blah Blacksheep’ is a helter-skelter ride through one week in your average journalist’s life (no, really). Maggie Gibson’s latest offering is fluid and full of Irish humour – the perfect comic beach read. This is another one of those cheapo British trash novels I pick up for around RM5 at Popular/MPH, I always look […]

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Book Review – Midnight Cowboy – James Leo Herlihy

Midnight Cowboy is the powerful and unforgettable novel of the compelling need of human beings for one another — a wrenching story of pain and loss. Freewheeling loser Joe Buck arrives in New York City and embarks on a quest to live the American dream. Along the way he meets street hustler and petty criminal […]

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Book Review – Sorting Out Billy by Jo Brand

Martha had never progressed much beyond hating her father for being cruel to her and her mum, even though he was supposed to be a man of God. Martha was now 38 and eight months pregnant. She told everyone that she didn’t know who the baby’s father was, but she knew perfectly well it was […]

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Deception Point – Dan Brown

Dan Brown[/url] seems to have mastered the whole suspense/thriller for the masses thing, he writes gripping books with good fast paced stories, nice plot twists and excellent character development. I’ve also read DaVinci Code (who hasn’t?) and Digital Fortress, I’m just left Angels and Demons. Catching the LRT does have it’s advantages, time to read […]

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About page, DaVinci Code and John Q

Woohoo I finally bothered to do the about page[/url]…was kinda bored last night..If you know me and think I should add anything else give me a hint. Also…I suck at bowling, I knew it before, now I know it again.. Actually at one stage I used to be quite decent, now I fear all past […]

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