The Red Children by Maggie Gee Review
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Review Wilder Winds, Bel Olid

The daughter of immigrants, Bel Olid is a prizewinning writer, translator and teacher of literature and creative writing. The President of the European Council of Associations of Literary Translators, and President of the Association of […]

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Henrietta Foster reviews Mazel Tov, J.S. Margot

Henrietta Foster reviews Mazel Tov by J S Margot ahead of the first two live podcast recordings of the 15-part weekly Bridging The Divide series. In Ep. 1, J S Margot discusses navigating clashing cultures […]

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Review The Ghosts & Jamal, Bridget Blankley

BookBlast reviews The Ghosts and Jamal about a young orphan surviving Nigeria’s internal conflicts marked by terrorism and religious strife. “As far as Jamal could tell, only two things were wrong: a dirty yellow vapour […]

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Interview Isambard Wilkinson, author

Isambard Wilkinson tell us about your beginnings. Where were you born? Southsea, which conjured exotic images of Pacific islands in my young mind. Then I discovered it was part of Portsmouth. I was born there […]

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Review Larry Tremblay, The Orange Grove

BookBlast®  reviews Peirene No. 23 The Orange Grove by Larry Tremblay: a novel which explores resilience, human relations and survival even in the face of the horror of war and ethnic and religious conflict. UNICEF […]