Archives for January 2013

Little Brother – By Cory Doctorow

Posted by Lawrence: Tweet Back #neverendinglibrary Little Brother is the story of a group of teenagers living in San Francisco who, after being caught in the middle of a devastating terrorist attack on their city, are arrested and brutally interrogated by their own government. Though they are eventually released, they soon realise that the basic […]

Why Europe Will Run the 21st Century – By Mark Leonard

Posted by Bartley: Tweet Back #neverendinglibrary So, the question that UK politicians cannot stop raising is on the front pages again: Europe – Should we be in or out? I’m reminded of a book I read a few years back and which was published as an ebook for the first time in Summer 2011. I […]

The God of Small Things – By Arundhati Roy

Posted by Abi: Tweet Back #neverendinglibrary “They all crossed into forbidden territory. They all tampered with the laws that lay down who should be loved, and how. And how much.” Twins Rahel and Estha return to live with their grandmother and great aunt following the breakdown of their parents’ marriage. A series of inconsequential-seeming decisions, […]

Juice Yourself Slim – By Jason Vale

Posted by Stevie:  Tweet Back #neverendinglibrary New Year, New You, New Juicer. That’s right folks, I’m thinking of juicing myself slim, or you know, into a healthier state of being… But why Stevie? Because dear reader, I like smoothies. And the thought of dieting through a straw adds a little extra glitz don’t you think? […]

Wuthering Heights – By Emily Brontë

Posted by Parastou: Tweet Back #neverendinglibrary Have you ever had a love/hate relationship with a book? You could be reading a horrifically sad story, where everything goes wrong and gets worse the more you read; but there’s something that keeps you going? That’s how I felt when reading Wuthering Heights. It’s one of those classics […]