Category Archives: Agnes Ravatn

Books of the month: December 2016

For the sake of completeness a quick end-of-month post amidst the year-end ramblings Pick of the month I read 8 books and a short story during December which is right around my average monthly number for the year. There is … Continue reading

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Out of step on THE BIRD TRIBUNAL by Agnes Ravatn

I’m quite used to having a dissenting opinion about a popular or much-praised book but in the case of THE BIRD TRIBUNAL by Agnes Ravatn I seem to be a completely lonesome voice. Whether on Good Reads or Amazon or blogs … Continue reading

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