There are so many great books that you are bound to miss some. But Catch 22 is a really good read and I would recommend it to anyone who admires english literature.
This is one of the reading spots I go to when the weather is acceptable in the park. I place a very high value on reading, reading which enhances your experience and understanding of life. And for that reason I have stopped thinking that the quantity of the books you read in life matter. It doesn’t matter if you read 10 books a month or 1 book a month or even 1 book a year (although its hard for me to imagine stretching a single book for that long) – what matters is that you read something to enhance your perspectives. Its a great gift, we as humans have given to ourselves, writing down our most wonderful imaginations and making them increasingly accessible – don’t waste that gift of the written word.
There’s a fine line between innocence and guilt. An even finer line between justice and revenge.
Shy and sensible Laura prefers the company of her books to the real world – let alone that cesspit online. But when her best friend Emily becomes the victim of horrific cyberbullying, she makes it her all-engulfing mission to track down the worst culprits using her finely-tuned data skills.
Petite corporate financier Suki is about to outshine the stupid boys at her firm: she’s leading the acquisition of Edinburgh’s most exciting start-up. If only she could get its brilliant, but distracted, co-founder Laura to engage.
Event planner Claire is left to salvage the start-up’s annual conference after her colleague Emily fails to return to work. She’s determined to get a promotion out of it, but her boss isn’t playing ball.
As the women’s paths intertwine, the insidious discrimination they each face comes to light. Emboldened by Emily’s tragic experience, they join forces to plot the downfall of all those who’ve wronged them.
But with emotions running high, will the punishments fit the crimes?
Red Dog Press
The Wire crosses the pond.
Ed is a detective who handles informants. He recruits Ben, a young man, who is treading a dangerous path into the criminal underworld.Ben’s unsure of where his loyalties lie. They have to find a way to work together despite their differences. Both men are drawn into the world of Troy, a ruthless and brutal leader of an Organised Criminal Network.
Ben is torn between two worlds as he tries to walk the impossible line between criminality and helping Ed combat crime. He lives in fear of discovery. When your life is thrown upside down who do you turn to in order to survive? Set against the backdrop of the 2012 Olympic Games, How the Wired Weep is a fast paced urban thriller where time is against both men as they attempt to serve their own agendas.
Publisher: Fahrenheit Press
A young orphan on the run from the King. A warlock with the power to protect her. And, the fighter holding them together.
The Rive, a realm ruled by the iron grip of a war-hungry King, is on the brink of rebellion and Lyvanne, a young girl who has witnessed a vision of his downfall, is the key to victory, whether she wants to be involved or not. Forced to leave her loved ones behind, her life becomes a deadly game of cat and mouse. With the King willing to stop at nothing if it means finding the one who threatens his reign. But when a defiant insurgent group known as The Spring takes her into their protection, Lyvanne is offered something she never could have dreamed of before. The chance to fight back, the chance to make a difference.
Embark on a journey of self-discovery and political upheaval as a common street rat takes the first steps of her great journey along the paths of love, magic, and war.
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Johann Blakemore, a multi-billionaire, searches for his father’s Nazi past while struggling with moral conflicts. Swimming in these treacherous waters, he must decide whether to do the right thing or make his own reality right.