Tag archive for ‘Review’
By admin On Sunday, December 3rd, 2017
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Wonder review: A too slavish adaptation of the book

“WHEN given the choice between being right and being kind, choose kind” is one of the many “precepts” voiced in the maxim-mad Wonder. Daily Express :: Films Feed  More...

By admin On Sunday, November 26th, 2017
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Suburbicon review: The characters are dull and defiantly unlikeable

THE COEN brothers are masters of the black comedy. Daily Express :: Films Feed  More...

By admin On Friday, November 24th, 2017
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The Best Of AA Gill review: A must-read collection of brilliant writing

WHEN AA Gill told the world he had cancer, he did so in his own inimitable style in the Sunday restaurant review column he had written since 1993. Daily Express :: Books Feed  More...

By admin On Wednesday, November 22nd, 2017
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The Vanity Fair Diaries review: An addictive, astute and achingly exclusive read

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By admin On Monday, November 20th, 2017
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Life In The Garden review: The perfect book for dedicated garden lovers

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By admin On Sunday, November 19th, 2017
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Barry Humphries On The Music That Hitler Banned review: Dadarist art was more fun than law

THE man best known as Dame Edna Everage is also an artist and scholar of so-called ‘degenerate art’. He tells David Stephenson about his Sky Arts show on the music the Nazis tried to ban. Daily Express :: Music More...

By admin On Friday, November 17th, 2017
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Bletchley Park Brainteasers review: A bit puzzling

LAST Christmas, Penguin published The GCHQ Puzzle Book, a collection of fiendish puzzles devised by Britain’s code-breakers to tease and infuriate their colleagues. Daily Express :: Books Feed  More...

By admin On Friday, November 10th, 2017
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How to Build a Universe & Ask An Astronaut review: Rocket science free of gravity

IN A pleasing coincidence, two books have appeared in time for Christmas for anyone whose interests stretch beyond the confines of planet Earth. Daily Express :: Books Feed  More...

By admin On Wednesday, November 8th, 2017
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La Belle Sauvage review: An enticing opener to what promises to be a stand-out trilogy

PHILIP PULLMAN’S eagerly anticipated new book, the first of the Book Of Dust trilogy, is neither a prequel nor sequel but an “equel” to stand beside the bestselling His Dark Materials trilogy. Daily More...

By admin On Monday, November 6th, 2017
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The World Cup of Everything review: Osman creates a world apart from Pointless fun

THE main point behind the success of the TV quiz show Pointless is that it isn’t pointless. Daily Express :: Books Feed  More...