This was a lovely book, I really delighted in the character of Anne. I am not sure how realistic Anne's orphaned child personality is displayed, but still a lovely book.
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A Very Expensive Poison: The Definitive Story of the Murder of Litvinenko and Russia's War with the West
Guardian Faber Publishing
Ummm, this was a fascinating insight in to the life and death of Litvinenko, it was also an eye-opening look in to the Kremlin and Russian politics. The book was well written and well presented, but with a fee spelling mistakes. At times it was a little hard to understand where the book was going, however overall it is still a very good book and one that I highly recommend.
Crucible of Fire: The Church Confronts Apartheid
by Jim Wallis (Editor), Joyce Hollyday (Editor), Michael Curry (Editor)
Fantastic and inspirational book embracing the intersection of South African apartheid and the liberation force of the Christian Church. The text’s various sermons and interviews spark freedom in to the yet (at the time) to be fulfilled dream of parity for the people of South Africa.
An encouraging read in hindsight and a must read for people still struggling within the grips of tyranny.