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Catch-22 – Joseph Heller

When I first picked up a copy of Catch-22, I was yet blissfully unaware of the potential contained within the pages. Whilst the red cover was striking, there was nothing particulary special about the book. I scanned the blurb – … Continue reading

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The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald

“… Without a doubt, the most beautifully written novel of all time,” the mini-review placard in the Colchester branch of Waterstones promised of The Great Gatsby when I went in the other day to find something to read. Hysterical hyperbole, … Continue reading

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