#bookreviewfri – All My Friends Are Superheroes

I’ve put this book on my reading list after reading this review from @oandthefoxes:

All My Friends Are Superheroes by Andrew Kauffman

If you were to distill yourself into one overriding characteristic what would it be? This is the essence of the book. And as the characters reveal their superpowers and you start the narrative journey of love & heartache, you can’t help but wonder where you’d sit amongst them.
This book will make you smile, cry and Marvel in its genius.
All my friends are superheroes

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If you were to have a super power, what is it and why? Tell us in the comments below or tweet @oandthefoxes or myself, @sarahrajabalee using #bookreviewfri.

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#bookreviewfri – Aleister Crowley: The Biography

This is what @saralhawthorn thinks of this biography on occultist Aleister Crowley for #bookreviewfri:

Aleister Crowley: The Biography by Tobias Churton

Crowley is arguably one of the most complex characters of recent years, surrounded by hype, hysteria and mystery. This book aims to debunk all the myths, focusing on the ‘real’ Crowley. However, whilst it does lay out a few facts and an illuminating account of alleged work as a spy, it’s a real chew to get through. I’m a fast reader, but the format is clunky, confusing and I found myself re-reading sections several times.

Read it only if you have an interest in the Crowley or mysticism.

Aleister Crowley – The Biography, Tobias Churton

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#bookreviewfri – The Night Rainbow

Looking for something different to read over the weekend? Today’s #bookreviewfri is from @talesfromaspace:

The Night Rainbow by Claire King

Set in a stunning, sun-baked French landscape ‘The Night Rainbow’, by Claire King, is a wonderful debut novel that immerses you in the world of bright, imaginative five-year-old Pea. She’s a character to fall in love with as she navigates her way through the adult world and the profound experiences those around her find almost impossible to confront. With her little sister Margot, Pea takes you on a journey you’ll be sorry to leave. An insightful and beautifully written treat of a book.

The Night Rainbow

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