The Feed by Nick Clark Windo @Nickhdclark @headlinepg

The Feed begins in a not too distant future where the internet, social media and the rest of the world are only milliseconds away to anyone who has been enabled. Tom and Kate help us see an advanced and fast paced world we could easily imagine around the corner. One day it collapses, and everyone... Continue Reading →

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The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood

The Handmaid's Tale is an account of a woman whose name has been stripped away from her and reassigned as Offred (belonging to Fred). In her world there have been issues with fertility; Those who can bear healthy children are valued and used as handmaids for the husbands and wives who struggle to conceive. Women... Continue Reading →

Beartown by Fredrik Backman @backmanland

To many residents of Beartown, ice hockey is everything. It's their livelihood, their friends and family, and their way out. It's the one thing with any chance of putting Beartown on the map after unemployment and council cuts have ruined the town. This book isn't really about ice hockey, or even Beartown. It's about love,... Continue Reading →

The Tea Planter’s Wife by Dinah Jefferies

Set in the 1920's and 1930's The Tea Planters Wife is a beautiful, tragic and heartwarming tale of life in Ceylon.  Gwen travels there to meet her husband Laurence and begin their life together on his plantation. Her cousin Fran, and his sister Verity visit them. Fran is trustworthy and loyal, almost the opposite of... Continue Reading →

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