literary walks england
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6 Literary Walks in England

May is National Walking Month, an awareness-raising effort spearheaded by the NHS to help us all get out and about a bit more for the good of our mental and physical wellbeing. So, in the spirit of wandering, in this Blog Post I want to share with you 5 literary themed walks and locations in England which I’ve either done myself or are on my bucket list. I’d love to know if you’ve done them or what your favourite literary walk is!

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Eleanor is engaged to a gorgeous, successful, and normal man who is everything she could have ever wanted and has a lovely family to boot. She is set up for life with her own photography career on the verge of taking off. Everything is fine, everything will be fine. So long as no one ever finds out that she is a werewolf with a psycho ex-boyfriend to match.

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Sabriel Garth Nix
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Sabriel has spent the first 18 years of her life at a boarding school near the wall. Safely hidden away from the strange and terrible land to the north of the ancient battle line, still guarded by an Army. But Sabriel has a heritage that she cannot ignore. Her father is the Abhorsen, a necromancer fighting a one-man struggle against the rising forces of chaos in a broken land, and upon his death, a new Abhorsen must rise – or else the dead will.

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how the girl guides won the war
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How the Girl Guides Won the War

An authentic account of the brave and selfless acts of Girl Guides across the world during world war two, where young girls and women forced into dire circumstances stood up and said I will do my best.

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For the voracious reader, there are few
things better than discovering an excellent new book, or better yet a new series, to sink your teeth into.

This blog and review site is the result of my never ending quest for the next good read. It is filled with the books I have loved and that I want to share with you. 

Some are well known, some more niche, and some so buried in depths of KU that you would have needed a pickaxe to find them. I will only ever feature the books I have personally enjoyed and I will not use a ranking system. If I have loved them enough to write about them, its because they’re worth five stars.

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