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Holly Brockwell

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Holly Brockwell, born 13 December 1985 is an English technology journalist, copywriter and the founder of the tech site Gadgette. She has also written columns for Gizmodo, the BBC, The Guardian and other media outlets.
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Things I Learned from Mario's Butt
Laura Kate Dale - 2021-02-04
Holly Brockwell
Can't believe I didn't know about this book about bums in games by @LaurakBuzz until now      source
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All that Remains
A Renowned Forensic Scientist on Death, Mortality, and Solving Crimes
Sue Black Dbe Frse - 2018-04-19
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A renowned forensic scientist and anthropologist delves into the reality of death and mortality in this compelling book. Part memoir, part primer on identifying human remains, and part introduction to the subject of death in our lives, this book cuts through hype and cliché to provide a clear-eyed guide to a subject that touches us all. Using key cases, the author reveals how forensic science has developed and what it has taught her about human nature. All That Remains is a must-read for fans of true crime, murder mysteries, and anyone seeking a deeper understanding of the reality of death.
Holly Brockwell
@CarleanneGwen I loved that book :)      source
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Station Eleven
Emily St. John Mandel - 2014-09-09
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Experience a post-apocalyptic world where a devastating flu pandemic has destroyed civilization as we know it. Follow Kirsten Raymonde, a member of The Traveling Symphony - a small troupe of actors and musicians dedicated to keeping the remnants of art and humanity alive. But when they come across a violent prophet threatening their existence, they must fight for survival. With a unique timeline that jumps between life before and after the pandemic, uncover the twist of fate that connects them all in this National Book Award and PEN/Faulkner Award finalist.
Holly Brockwell
@nmsonline @katebevan Great book though 🤷‍♀️      source