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A rousing, funny, straight-talking, inspirational and generally awesome book from social entrepreneur @thelucybloom, part memoir, part life-lessons, which urges us all to find our courage, take joy in life and celebrate our extraordinary ordinariness ...
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Ah Hock's vivid and compelling description of the years building up to this appalling act of violence is a portrait of an outsider like no other, an anti-nostalgic view of human life and the ravages of hope.
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That's the question at the heart of the first novel in a beautiful, heartbreaking new saga from @paullinasimons, the international bestselling author of Tully and The Bronze Horseman.

The Tiger Catcher takes readers from the depths of despair to the dizzying heights of joy.
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The third book in the Miss Lily series, The Lily in the Snow is a story filled with secrets that explores the strength of friendship and the changing face of women in this new Europe.

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