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Ahead of its September release, Ayesha Zahid reviews @manuela_salvi 'Girl Detached':
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Chloe Allan reviews the brilliant new collection of stories by Christine Gittins and @UnthankBooks:
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BOOK REVIEW: Girl Detached by Manuela Salvi

Out September 8th, 2016 Published by The Bucket List. More information here. Review by Ayesha Zahid   Girl Detached is a story focused on a 16 year old girl called Aleksandra. At the start, we learn that Aleksandra has lost her grandmother, who has raised her since childhood. The loss of her grandmother leads to… View Article

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BOOK REVIEW: Between Here And Knitwear by Chrissie Gittins

Out Now Published by Unthank Books. Click here for more information. Review by Chloe Allan   Poignant, raw and (surprisingly) quite comedic – author Chrissie Gittins beautifully articulates the feminine transition into womanhood, documenting the shifts in relationships and responsibilities that come naturally, alongside this growth. It is clear when reading this collection that Gittins… View Article

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BOOK REVIEW: Girl Detached by Manuela Salvi

BOOK REVIEW: Between Here And Knitwear by Chrissie Gittins

BOOK REVIEW: Shadow Of The Yangtze by Julian Sedgwick

FILM REVIEW: Jason Bourne

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BOOK REVIEW: Jihadi: A Love Story by Yusuf Toropov

EXHIBITION REVIEW: Graham Dolphin @ Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art


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ALBUM REVIEW: After The Rain by Benjamin Francis Leftwich

BOOK REVIEW: My Own Dear Brother by Helen Muller


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