Doesn’t everyone follow a long, challenging book with another challenging book? No? It’s only me? Oh well… Who Got Einstein’s Office is a non-fiction book about the life of the Institute for Advanced Study located in Princeton. If you’re one of the rabble and you’d never heard of it then ...

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I’ve lost track of how many weeks I’ve been reading this book but last week I finally finished the last page. 540 pages packed full of information. Once I finished the book I wanted to then watch the two movies that have been inspired by Turing and his work: Enigma ...

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This book is the first in a series of books about English History. It was published in 2003. I borrowed it from the library as I’m writing a book which hinges on real, historical events. I think I’m a little mad, but others are encouraging me so there you go. ...

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This is one of those books I wish I’d read years ago, many years before it was actually written…there’s a problem there. First published in 1997 it was written by the wife of Ernie Dingo. If you’ve not heard of Ernie Dingo you really should google him and find out ...

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This book is one of those books that was published during 2021. I’ve met the editor, Carly Findlay and also follow her on Facebook. She’s a wonderful advocate for the disabled, always trying to learn more about other people and how they navigate the world. I have learned so much ...

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This book had me on the edge of my seat on so many occasions. It’s the story of the first successful climb to the top of Mount Everest. Having read this book I’m pretty sure none of the locals would have made it to the top before May 1953, it’s ...

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This was going to be last week’s book, but my body decided otherwise. I tripped over my own foot and damaged myself, including making my brain all jangled. I took a few days out just to rest and recuperate, thus you got no words of wisdom from me. Ignore the ...

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This is a book I bought during my American trip in 2019. We were staying with my Travelling Companion’s cousin close to Harpers Ferry, not Harper Valley. Harpers Ferry had a federal armoury. In October 1859, John Brown lead some people to capture the armoury, it was supposed to be ...

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Letter to the subject Dear Sandra, You’ve lead an absolutely amazing life. It started off so poorly, with parents who could never even try to understand the person you might end up being, nor even the person you were to the end. I’m in awe of someone who can go ...

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