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Welcome to One Minute Book Review - 'the show that brings books to life'

On the show I breakdown the books I have read and reviewed. Each month I release a monthly podcast going into more depth on the books I have reviewed.



Zodiac by Sam Wilson (Jun 2nd, 2017)

In a world where society is determined by one’s astrological sign, Daniel the protagonist tries to determine the how is daughter went missing. What he finds is an underworld of scientific exploration which tries to ensure that everyone’s characteristics are aligned with their star sign to ensure a peaceful society.


Milk And Honey by Rupi Kaur (May 6th, 2017)

"The vivid description of emotion coupled with the true honesty of the book is where it becomes more than a book. It becomes a journey, from where deep thoughts of heartbreak lie, but where optimism and hope are equally as powerful."

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Ideas Of Illusion by Kevin Prince (May 3rd, 2017)

In an increasing digitalised world, Daniel feels that the ordinary man has lost control over his freedom and is looking for saviours, such as Daniel to help them recapture this. The novella also speaks to deeper questions about our humanity, including our relationships with those that are closest with us.


The God Of Small Things by Arundhati Roy (May 2nd, 2017)

The God of Small Things by Arundhati Roy, a story that follows a dysfunctional Indian families journey into the unknown. A somewhat tragic reality of two twins who do not believe that they belong, and struggle to find their voice in a world that is not willing to listen.


Deadline by Simon Kernick (May 1st, 2017)

Andrea comes home one day to find that her daughter Emma is not home, and her world is flipped upside down. As she searches for her kidnappers she uncovers memories of her past that comes back to haunt her. Grippy and pacy thriller.