Notes from a Small Island Review

11 Dec

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Notes from a Small Island

Published: 1995
Pages: ~324
Completed: Yes
Enjoyed: Yes

Seriousness: Seldom
Genre: Travelogue
Difficulty: Fairly easy, though with the occasional use of long-running sentences or unusual words (some of which – the “Britishisms” – are defined in a glossary at the back of the book).
Rating: M – occasional swearing and/or sexual references

Recommend: Yes

Up next … Rebecca, by Daphne du Maurier, which Rose Red, despite commenting about various plot developments during reading it, refuses to spoil the ending on the grounds that there would then be no point in me reading it. But somehow I doubt that [insert favourite movie spoiler here].

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Posted by on December 11, 2010 in Notes from a Small Island, Review


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