‘My copy of Memories does has Post It notes on many pages with remarks I have made. It is a sign of a book that really has so much life and is high praise.’
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‘As a nation, we must be ashamed such governmental action was taken in our name. It’s incumbent upon all of us in this great nation to ensure such a scandal is never repeated’
James Hanratty has written a piece on Windrush for The Express. You can read the full a
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'One thing I love more than a great book, is a great book that is being given a new life and Quartet are certainly on to something by introducing this fantastic book to a new audience – highly recommended from me…' It Takes a Woman blog reviews Separation by Sally Emerson. You can rea
During lockdown Quartet author Venetia Welby wrote a piece called Vanishing Attention Span for Garden Among Fires. This piece is now a part of a kindle anthology which is available here. All proceeds from sales of the anthology will go to Refuge charity. Mother of Darkness by Venetia
‘When the Ottoman Empire imploded, at the end of World War I, the sisters Wardeh and Jamileh, in the city of Nazareth, continued to raise chickens. World War II exploded and they started to grow flowers to sell to the monks. The State of Israel was born in 1948, and the Bed
Nice though it is to see an agreeable review in this week’s TLS for Memories by Naim Attallah, the final sniffy comment on misspelt surnames might have had more impact had they spelt Attallah correctly. Glasshouses and stones come to mind.
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No Longer with Us by Naim Attallah has received three five star reviews on Amazon…Philip, 5.0 out of 5 stars, Excellent book, prompt delivery ‘A 2019 Christmas present to myself, excellent. Would recommend it’ Tim Thornby, 5.0 out of 5 stars, Great book