Archives for October 2012

e-Q&A with Emma

Tweet Back #neverendinglibrary     You know us from our eclectic reviews, our intriguing Facebook statuses and our weird and wonderful tweets – but how much do you really know about us and what it’s like be an EQA’er? Here’s what Emma had to say …   1: Name: Emma 2:  Genre: historical fiction/literary fiction 3: What […]

Self-Hypnosis: The Key to Success and Happiness – By Valerie Austin

Posted by Kieran: Tweet Back #neverendinglibrary We’re all acquainted with the image of the stage hypnotist: that stereotypically eccentric, mind-controlling figure, who swings a pendulum in one hand, ‘bamboozles’ his subject with his eyes, and forces them to unwillingly act in an outrageous and often embarrassing fashion. He’ll always have the poor victim pandering to […]

A Woman of Substance – Barbara Taylor Bradford

Posted by Fliss: Tweet Back #neverendinglibrary “Success is the best revenge” You said it sister! Emma Harte, our lead protagonist, explodes out of my ipod with pragmatic defiance. Though sweet in temperament and kind in nature, she is definitely not a woman to be crossed with. Emma didn’t have the luckiest start to life: born […]

The Mystery of the Crystal Skulls – By Chris Morton and Ceri Louise Thomas

Posted by Kieran: Tweet Back #neverendinglibrary ‘… a mystery as profound as the Pyramids of Egypt, the Nazca Lines of Peru, or Stonehenge.’ I must confess, when I was given The Mystery of the Crystal Skulls as an EQA project, apart from that comical mention on Peep Show and a vague memory of a famous […]

e-Q&A with Parastou

Tweet Back #neverendinglibrary     You know us from our eclectic reviews, our intriguing Facebook statuses and our weird and wonderful tweets – but how much do you really know about us and what it’s like be an EQA’er? Here’s what Parastou had to say …   Name: Parastou Genre: Fantasy / historical fiction What are you […]

Kobos Kobos Kobos

  This month Japanese eReader gurus Kobo have announced not 1, not 2, but 3 brand spanking new devices.  Let’s take a gander.   The Kobo Mini Ok, first up we have the aptly named Kobo Mini. Though it is the world’s lightest and smallest full-featured E Ink eReader, weighing just 134 grams and 5 […]

Gallows Thief – By Bernard Cornwell

Posted by Parastou: Tweet Back #neverendinglibrary The saying goes ‘never judge a book by its cover’; OK then, I’ll judge it by its title: The Gallows Thief: literally – a person who robs the gallows of victims to hang.  Sold! This was another audiobook I was lucky enough to proofread (or proof-listen to, as Emma […]

e-Q&A with Fliss

Tweet Back #neverendinglibrary     You know us from our eclectic reviews, our intriguing Facebook statuses and our weird and wonderful tweets – but how much do you really know about us and what it’s like be an EQA’er? Here’s what Fliss had to say … Name: Fliss Genre: Women’s Literary Fiction What are you […]

Shards of A Broken Crown – By Raymond E. Feist

Posted by Parastou: Tweet Back #neverendinglibrary To all the die-hard fantasy readers out there, if you haven’t already read this book, or this series, you must do so immediately. Right now. Go! Raymond Feist has been on my ‘to read’ list forever, but I never actually got round to reading any of them.  When Shards […]