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The History of Mr Polly by H.G. Wells

First Published: 1910 (Penguin Classics ed. 2005) My copy: Bought on Kindle Memorable quote: “A weakly wilful being struggling to get obdurate things round impossible corners – in that symbol Mr. Polly could recognise himself and all the trouble of … Continue reading

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Dark Matter by Michelle Paver

Firstly, I must apologise for my unannounced hiatus from book blogging in recent weeks: I’ve been extremely busy with some major projects for my work and I’ve also been away staying my with in-laws (who live in a rather wonderful, … Continue reading

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Kipps by H.G. Wells

First Published: 1905 (Penguin Classics ed. 2005) My copy: Bought on Kindle Memorable quote: “His soul looked out upon life in general as a very small nestling might peep out of its nest. ” Thoughts: H.G. Wells is best known … Continue reading

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