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  1. CirceThe library of Lost and Found

    We are always on the lookout for great reads, and whenever we come across any, we love to share! Summer is here and one of our favourite pastimes to while away the long summer days is a good read, and here are a few of our more recent reads that we thought you might enjoy!

    - Behold the Dreamers by Imbolo Mbue

    A refreshing look at the normally indestructible “American Dream,” this is a book about hope, the pursuit of a dream, and the reality of trying to achieve it.

    - The Night Tiger by Yangsze Choo

    Set during colonial times, this is a beautifully written book about tigers, intriguing Chinese beliefs and superstitions, and good old-fashioned mystery!

    - Lunch in Paris; A Love Story with Recipes by Elizabeth Bard

    A lovely memoir, Bard went to Paris for a weekend visit and never went back home. This is a light-hearted romantic read that will put you in a good mood, make you hungry, make you love Paris and want to leave the book and get up and cook every now and then!

    - The Library of Lost and Found by Phaedra Patrick

    If you love libraries, fairytales and mysteries then you will be pleasantly surprised by this gorgeous read. We could not put this one down!

     - Circe by Madeline Miller

    A must read and a highly praised book by just about every critic out there, this is a fantastical read bringing us the never outdated or boring Greek myths.

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    You Are On a Desert Island…..

    The wonderful world of books offers up hundreds and thousands of different books for our pleasure; but if we were on a desert island, which five books would we take with us to stimulate our minds over and over and keep us company during the long days.

    After much deliberation, we opted for the following books for being thought-provoking, entertaining or just plain old comforting and familiar!

    - The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien

    An ultimate fantasy classic filled with adventure. Bilbo Baggins has proved himself adept when it comes to escaping sticky situations, therefore he might inspire us for escaping ours!

    - Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

    We really can never get tired of reading about Miss Bennett and Mr Darcy. The story never loses its shine and characters never get dull.