‘Horrorstor’ – G. Hendrix

Aiya Napa, September 2015 Overview Orsk (a fictionalised IKEA) is having ghost problems. Amy, an employee, is busily avoiding Basil the manager who then invites her and another employee to patrol the shop that evening. Cue two other characters who call themselves ghost-hunters and then enjoy the crazy hours of hauntings as the characters try …

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‘Bridget Jones: Mad About the Boy’ – Helen Fielding

London, October 2013 It probably won't going to be that great because the first novel was so funny. A bit too yummy-mummy for me and too many familiar jokes. Felt a bit like the first novel plus children. Quotes didn't really stand out but thought the owl/deceased husband thing was quite icky. Couldn't imagine the …

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