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Cook Now, Eat Later – Mary Berry

Cook Now, Eat Later reveals many interesting recipes you can prepare in advance without compromising the quality of the food. The author offers tips on how to store the meals and enjoy them at the right time.
 
7.0
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dear life cover
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Dear Life – Alice Munro

In "Dear Life", Alice Munro adopts a more streamlined type of storytelling. She focuses on facts, important happenings, and ordinary events in people's lives. She doesn't present clear endings though, and she lets the reader de...
 
7.7

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Salt Sugar Fat – Michael Moss

Useful book to read by people who want to know more about processed food industry. "Salt Sugar Fat" is fascinating because it focuses on the dangers of bad food, thus raising awareness. On the downside, it doesn't offer that m...
 
6.7
The Chimp Paradox
The Chimp Paradox
The Chimp Paradox

The Chimp Paradox: The Mind Management Programme to Help You Achieve Success, Confidence and Happiness by Dr Steve Peters

Self help books can seem to blend into one another. This book takes a different, more authoritative approach and is much more effective as a result.
 
7.0

Americanah
Americanah
Americanah

Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

This book is not only entertaining, it also delves into subjects that bear further exploration. Whether you enjoy epic tales of love and life across different continents or simply wish to seek out new perspectives in your readi...
 
7.7
The Fault in Our Stars
The Fault in Our Stars
The Fault in Our Stars

The Fault in Our Stars by John Green

This book avoids cliché and is genuinely moving. It’s a great read for anyone, teenagers or adults.
 
8.7