Recommended Reading

“A Month of Sundays” – Edward O. Phillips

31
Aug
A Month of Sundays by Edward O Phillips

I was concerned that this book would be maudlin, morbid or depressing. A 70 year old man, one Geoffry Chadwick, has recently lost his beloved wife. He is grieving, he is lonely, he is sad, he is uncertain how to move forward. The poignancy and enormity of his
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“The Rain Before It Falls” – by Jonathan Coe

16
Jul
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We all have secrets. It’s so frightening to contemplate revealing the failings, scars and burdens of our lives. In this book, the reader is taken on the deep, personal, moving, sentimental journey. A dying woman has a mission; she is intent upon looking back through her family life,
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“Gone Girl” by Gillian Flynn

14
May
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Have you read this book yet? Why should you? I’ll give you a reason: there are books, movies, and even TV series which enlighten us, usually through black comedy approaches, about how complex and flawed life truly is. This kind of entertainment helps us remember why our own
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“Harvard Square” by Andre Aciman

09
Apr
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There are people we meet in our lives, extraordinary, unique people, who we can both love and loathe. Who we both admire and are repelled by. How is this possible? This book explores the paradox of love, the irony of friendship, the heartbreak of searing depression and loneliness,
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“Take Control Of Your Anxiety”

06
Mar
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Are you an anxious person? Easily overwhelmed and overstimulated? Ever wondered why? This book offers impressive concepts, ideas and inspiration that will illuminate why you suffer, and helps you understand how you can change your perceptions. While its depth of content is sometimes overwhelming, and its humour not
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