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This story weaves in the subjects of divorce, relationships between parent and child/children, religious belief, death, and funerals with a subtle addition of humor.
Three Men in a Boat (To Say Nothing of the Dog) is a Victorian masterpiece that has stood the test of time and is as readable and enjoyable today as it was when it first appeared in 1889.
A review of the popular internet sensation "Grumpy Cat" in his very own book
Like Eat Pray Love, hindsight gifts the author with a sense of humor about their past while not underplaying the unhappy experiences. In fact, the matter-of-factness and tongue-in-cheek narration of their internal struggles in their bad times often underscore the intensity of that exp...
A review of Terry Pratchett's "Unseen Academicals"
Hey there! I'm assuming you've already read the title, right? If you have, that is what it's about.
Are you looking for information about the Chinese New Year festival? Do you want to know more about Chinese culture and traditions? Well, there is a new book out that might be exactly what you’re looking for! This is a special treat for those with a curiosity in China who enjoy erup...
A book review of The Hell of it all by Charlie Brooker, a collection of his columns for newspapers.
The Comedian and writer Charlie Brooker launches his acerbic, scathing attack on the world in his latest collection of Guardian Columns.
A humourous look at the coming of age of a sexually and intellectually precocious teenager, who wants to sleep with an older woman whilst he is still a teenager.
Review of the comedian Marcus Brigstocke's new book - God Collar
Review of a mapcap romp around Cairo with a mad Irish journalist
You can not compare the book with the movie. It just won't work.
A look at some of the social satire in Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.'s stories.
After losing his father to the events of 9/11, Oskar embarks on an adventure that may be the last hurrah to bring him closer to his father.
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