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Review supplied by Ekta In today’s difficult times when mother nature is warming up, human relations are faltering and freedom is being misused, “Temple of Destiny” is a welcome reading. It takes us into a world of self-observation and self-realisation. The simple positive medium of connectivity with nature touches the soul. A must treasure.

This is a children’s book so is not one I would normally read, and I therefore find it difficult to judge whether it was good or not as I’m obviously not the target reader, and the subject matter (spies) isn’t really one that interests me greatly. But having said that, I did find the book [...]

I do absolutely adore Penny Vincenzi books, but, although I enjoyed this, I felt it wasn’t one of my favourites and I probably wouldn’t read it again and again as I do her others. Normally one of the main things I like about Vincenzi’s books are the details of her characters; you end up living [...]

Review supplied by Jack Henry Collings Close to the wind by Ben Ainslie is the best book of my life it has thrills and depressing times in this breathtaking autobiography.


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