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Book Review: Strangers and Journeys – Maurice Shadbolt | Antony Millen

Book Review: Strangers and Journeys – Maurice Shadbolt | Antony Millen

Cath 'n' Kindle Book Reviews: Redeeming Brother Murrihy: The Road to Hiruharama by Antony Millen

Cath 'n' Kindle Book Reviews: Redeeming Brother Murrihy: The Road to Hiruharama by Antony Millen

Book Review: Black Dove – Stuart Campbell | Antony Millen

Book Review: Black Dove – Stuart Campbell | Antony Millen

picked it up at an airport to read and loved it! Finished it before even getting on the plane! :-)

picked it up at an airport to read and loved it! Finished it before even getting on the plane! :-)

Tornado Proof House by 10 Design can tuck itself beneath the ground just like a turtle retracts its vulnerable head away from danger

Tornado Proof House by 10 Design can tuck itself beneath the ground just like a turtle retracts its vulnerable head away from danger

Two brothers are just minding their own when they find out on their father's death bed that he has a few secrets. The boys are used to living in a world where everyone is watched. Their father was part of a rebellion and he has hidden a secret, a secret people are willing to kill over.  The boys are dragged into travelling around the world trying to solve the riddle their father has left them.  This is Millen's third book but his first in YA.

Two brothers are just minding their own when they find out on their father's death bed that he has a few secrets. The boys are used to living in a world where everyone is watched. Their father was part of a rebellion and he has hidden a secret, a secret people are willing to kill over. The boys are dragged into travelling around the world trying to solve the riddle their father has left them. This is Millen's third book but his first in YA.

There's something rotten in the city-state of Thebes.  I read this "trilogy" of plays over several years from the end of high school to the end of university. I studied "Antigone" in Grade 12, then "Oedipus the King" as part of a classics English course and "Oedipus at Colonus" as part of a Philosophy and Literature course. I have always employed the story of "Oedipus the King" and some of Aristotle's commentary on it as part of my teaching about Shakespearean tragedy.   So, I was delighted…

There's something rotten in the city-state of Thebes. I read this "trilogy" of plays over several years from the end of high school to the end of university. I studied "Antigone" in Grade 12, then "Oedipus the King" as part of a classics English course and "Oedipus at Colonus" as part of a Philosophy and Literature course. I have always employed the story of "Oedipus the King" and some of Aristotle's commentary on it as part of my teaching about Shakespearean tragedy. So, I was delighted…

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