Category Archives: Dolores Redondo

Books of the month: June 2015

Pick of the month We’re all going to politely ignore the fact I never bothered to wrap up my monthly reading for May aren’t we? Not that my reading quantity was much better in June. I’m blaming Leif G.W. Persson’s … Continue reading

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Review: THE INVISIBLE GUARDIAN by Dolores Redondo

If you read fiction translated from other languages at least in part because it allows you to virtually visit places and cultures different from your own then THE INVISIBLE GUARDIAN might be just what you’re looking for. Set in northern … Continue reading

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