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March Medley


This month’s collecon of recent releases includes modern fairy tales, a psychological thriller and historical ficon at its finest.


T T R D It’s 1917, and pregnant teenager Cathy Wray seeks sanctuary at a London toy store. She soon discovers, that these toys are unlike any she’s ever seen before. There’s a clockwork dog devoted to his master, paper trees that grow from seed and toy soldiers that wage bales on their own. Cathy learns to call The Emporium home, and the people who own it her family. But then the First World War breaks out, and nothing will ever be quite as magical again. The Toymakers is a must for fans of Erin Morgenstern’s The Night Circus.


W C M L B Approximately 200,000 young Korean women and girls were enslaved by the Japanese army in the Second World War. Thousands of these ‘comfort women’ died from the abuse they experienced. White Chrysanthemum tells the ficonal story of 15 year old


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Hana, who is kidnapped aer stepping in to rescue her lile sister, Emi. Several decades later, we meet Emi in her desperate last aempt to find out what happened to Hana, all those years ago. While White Chrysanthemum is, at mes, painful to read, it’s impossible to put down and a must‐read for lovers of historical ficon.


E I L H C Sophia arrives home one day to find her mother dead and her father lying in a pool of blood. The police are convinced it’s a clear case of aempted murder ‐suicide, and Sophia is the only one who can prove her mother’s innocence. As she delves into her mother’s past, she uncovers tales of a secret cult and learns more than she could ever have imagined. A tense psychological thriller with plenty of twists and turns.


H F H P.Z. R Romanc comedy meets sci‐fi in this enjoyable novel. Aiden’s creators know that he’s an


intelligent piece of soware, which can read books in under a millisecond, review films and tell jokes. What they don’t know is that Aiden has developed feelings, or that his favourite person is Jen, who helps develop Aiden’s conversaonal skills. Aiden decides Jen would be happier in a relaonship, so sets her up on a date. But Aiden isn’t the only intelligent AI on the loose, and not all of them have such good intenons.


T B   W   M   N J C This collecon of modern fairy tales is dark, twisted and beauful, and ranges from the macabre to the heart‐warming. You’ll read about a mermaid in an aquarium, a boy who suspects his sister has two souls, and a man who uses animal hearts to keep his girlfriend’s love. There are elements of well‐known myths and fairy stories, but this collecon is more Brothers Grimm than Disney.


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