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Books and Bricks: Rebuilding Manyano School by Sindiwe Magona

I received an advance copy of this book via NetGalley and enjoyed the short time it takes to read this book. It is an inspirational tale, one that both the young and the old can enjoy. The author has written this using her own experience in a similar situation, and the emotion shows. Despite not… Continue reading Books and Bricks: Rebuilding Manyano School by Sindiwe Magona

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Miracle on Chance Avenue by Jane Porter

I am starting this year by loosening the reins. I have spent the last year slowly building up a credible set of recommendations which would appeal to the highbrow and the more chilled reader. I avoided the standard set of books that I spent a good part of my first few years in the US… Continue reading Miracle on Chance Avenue by Jane Porter

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The Miracle at Speedy Motors (No.1 Ladies’ Detective Agency, #9) by Alexander McCall Smith

To get the introduction into the unique life of Mma Ramotswe till date, the following links into the previous book reviews will provide the brief picture.( All the better to understand the review that is to follow.) Tears of the Giraffe #2 Morality for Beautiful Girls #3 The Kalahari Typing School for Men #4 The… Continue reading The Miracle at Speedy Motors (No.1 Ladies’ Detective Agency, #9) by Alexander McCall Smith

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In the Company of Cheerful Ladies (No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency, #6)-by Alexander McCall Smith

I surprisingly gave this book 5 stars!. When I began this series ( for the second time, there had been a previous aborted attempt) I had not imagined enjoying the books further down the series as I am now. Each book is getting progressively better . There is a slight possibility that the journey through… Continue reading In the Company of Cheerful Ladies (No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency, #6)-by Alexander McCall Smith