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On my radar: Reading/watching and an ancestry test

So this has been a weird week, hasn’t it? What with Lockdown 2 and all the drama of the US election (my favourite quote of the week has got to be that news anchor “he’s like an obese turtle flailing on his back in the hot sun, realising that his time is up.” ) But, on a more mundane note, here’s what I’ve been reading and watching:   Reading:  Black Narcissus by Rumer Godden A 1930's novel about nuns in the Himalayas, I wasn't sure what to expect from this but I really enjoyed it! It was very atmospheric and a bit un-nerving. A really fast read considering not very much happens. I remember being creeped out by the film as a kid so I had a vague memory of the ending, but it was still pretty shocking. Looking forward to the TV series now!  The Little Shop of Happy Ever After by Jenny Colgan   I'm still waiting for the next Protector of the Small book (NOT impressed with the seller - is it ever going to arrive??) and was feeling some fluff after the crazy 1930's nuns. A

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