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Book Review – The Dresden Files: Storm Front by Jim Butcher

Imagine you’re flipping through the Yellow Pages, and there it is – a listing for a professional wizard. No, it’s not a joke. Meet Harry Dresden, the man who decided that being a wizard in modern-day Chicago is a marketable skill. “Storm Front,” the inaugural book in Jim Butcher’s “The Dresden Files,” plunges us into a world where magic is real, and it’s as messy as you’d expect.

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Book Review – Riyria Revelations (Series)

After delving into the fascinating life and career of author Michael J. Sullivan earlier this week, it’s time to turn our attention to the work that catapulted him into the literary spotlight: The Riyria Revelations. This high-fantasy series, initially self-published and later picked up by traditional publishers, has garnered a dedicated fanbase and earned critical acclaim. But what exactly makes this series so good?

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Book Review – SPQR: A History of Ancient Rome by Mary Beard

SPQR: A History of Ancient Rome – Picture a 600-page epic on Roman politics. Imagine senators power-tripping, emperors with God complexes, and citizens toggling between riots and gladiator games like a binge-worthy reality TV show. Beard masterfully herds this chaotic circus into a compelling story, starting with the bloody murder of Tiberius Gracchus in 133 BCE.

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Book Review – Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson

Two weeks ago, I swapped my usual wizarding escapades for Walter Isaacson’s biography of Steve Jobs. Newsflash: reading it won’t turn you into a tech genius overnight. But it’s a wild ride worth taking! From tech innovation to perfectionism (ahem, obsessive pixel-polishing), Jobs was a genius wrapped in a reality-bending, god-complex package. Isaacson’s book doesn’t hold back, revealing everything from Jobs’ turbulent family life to his rollercoaster reign at Apple.

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Book Review – Wolf Hall by Hilary Mantel

Ever fancied the idea of diving headfirst into political chaos and royal drama? “Wolf Hall” is your ticket! Journey with Thomas Cromwell from humble blacksmith’s son to the exalted position of Henry VIII’s right-hand man. Mantel’s lush descriptions will transport you to the gritty, unwashed depths of the 1520s Tudor court. Expect to navigate through complex characters, tense courtly intrigue, and a narrative style that’ll keep you on your toes. Ready for a historical rollercoaster?

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