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Do You Know The Way? by Lois Tuffield
Do You Know The Way? by Lois Tuffield
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fascinating insights, 21 Oct 2013
This book is a lot of fun - which is interesting when you consider some of the serious subject matter that Ms Tuffield writes about. I was fascinated by the story behind her journey and her writing is constantly interesting and humorous. Recommended to anyone who wants to know about the pilgrimage route to Santiago de Compostela and the impact that it can have on those who travel along it.
Revolution Earth by Lambert Nagle
Revolution Earth by Lambert Nagle
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Lambert Nagle was a new name to me in the world of thrillers, so I was happy to dive into the highly-detailed world that Revolution Earth describes, hoping to find a new author to proclaim.

Well, it transpires that Lambert Nagle is an entirely new name ... being the pen name of a married couple, Kiwi/Brit as they describe themselves, who have started a new series of books featuring their hero, Stephen Connor.
Connor is a trainee detective who becomes involved in a case that crosses continents, beginning with the apparently-accidental running down of a cyclist in a London street.

Connor meets the cyclist's friend, Cara, and tracks her as she starts to investigate… Read more
Zen and Sex by Dermot Davis
Zen and Sex by Dermot Davis
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
This is a short book but contains multitudes. The hero, Martin, is in despair about his ability to maintain a long-term relationship. Everywhere he looks he sees people romancing and dancing, especially his room-mate, Mike, who shares his life with a beautiful woman, Gloria.

After a number of failed match-making attempts he finally falls into a relationship with an older woman. At first leery, he realises that the age-gap doesn't matter and goes headlong into the relationship.

The book then examines what happens when two real people try to negotiate a relationship where each is uncertain about themselves and their feelings. Without giving too much away, the book is a… Read more