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Review #11: All the Light We Cannot See

This week I thought I'd take a break from writing about my travels, and bring you a book review instead! (Don't worry, the travel-writing will resume next week) Today I bring you All the Light We Cannot See - an amazing WWII historical fiction novel - that actually relates to my travels, because it takes… Continue reading Review #11: All the Light We Cannot See

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Review #10: Artemis

A new sci-fi book set on the Moon by an amazing author? Sign me up! When I first heard that Andy Weir was writing a new novel, I think I screamed - I absolutely adored The Martian and fell in love with Weir’s writing style. I was in Canada when the news came out so… Continue reading Review #10: Artemis

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Review #9: Murder on the Orient Express

Happy Friday the 13th! I'm not that superstitious when it comes to this day, but I was rudely displaced from my bed by the fire alarm this morning... Make of that what you will! Today I bring you a book review of a novel by the queen of crime, Murder on the Orient Express. The… Continue reading Review #9: Murder on the Orient Express

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Review #8: An Astronaut’s Guide to Life on Earth

What's the coolest job you can think of? For me, it would be an astronaut. If I had the science-brain and the stomach for it, I would love to be one, but alas my future is here on Earth. Because of this, I like to live vicariously through memoirs by astronauts, novels with astronaut characters,… Continue reading Review #8: An Astronaut’s Guide to Life on Earth