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Postcards – By Annie Proulx

Posted by Stevie Tweet Back #neverendinglibrary When an act of violent passion uproots Loyal Blood from his quiet farming life he must keep moving, keep driving, keep away from where it all began. Alone, furious and revolted with himself, Loyal spends his life driving away from his mistakes and constantly paying for them. The only […]

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? […]

North and South – By Elizabeth Gaskell

Posted by Stevie: Tweet Back #neverendinglibrary Be warned, this ebook was reviewed by a hopeless romantic who enjoys wearing British cotton, and only British cotton. For those of you who long for more than the niceties of Jane Austen but still love a good period classic then Gaskell is the author for you. Set in […]

Running Wild – By Michael Morpurgo

Posted By Stevie: Tweet Back #neverendinglibrary I always thought if I were ever going to have an animal for a best friend it would be a unicorn. That’s until I was introduced to Oona. The world’s most devoted, caring and intelligent Elephant, and the best friend Will could ask for. Michael Morpurgo’s Running Wild introduces […]

Dandelion Wine – By Ray Bradbury

Posted By Stevie: Tweet #neverendinglibrary It’s summer 1928 and twelve year old Douglas Spalding is on a mission to record every last magical moment. Be it Happiness Machines, vanilla-lime ice cream, phone calls to Buenos Aires or making healing dandelion wine – it’s all magic in his eyes. Having grown up amidst a family of […]

Looking for Alaska – By John Green

Posted by Stevie: Tweet Back #neverendinglibrary A gripping and passionate tale about last words and searching for the Great Perhaps. There are a number of reasons why I loved reading Looking for Alaska. One of them being, it’s a seriously well written book with bonkers lovable characters, the other is the book’s stockpile of last words – […]