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Cylch Darllen Llyfrgell Rhuthun, October 17th, 2.00pm

Fabula – Llŷr Gwyn Lewis Buenos Aires, Rome, Dublin, Barcelona, Kyoto, Aberystwyth and the Vale of Galmorgan: these are some of the locations visited in this volume, as the reader is transported on journeys that hover between history and reality. … Continue reading

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Cylch Darllen Llyfrgell Rhuthun – September 19th, 2.00pm

Y Gwreiddyn – Caryl Lewis A volume of short stories relating to nature, man’s relationship with his fellow-man, love and loss. Order here

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Cylch Darllen Llyfrgell Rhuthun – 18th July, 2.00pm

Dadani – Ifan Morgan Jones

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Cylch Darllen Llyfrgell Rhuthun – June 20th, 2.00pm

Rebel rebel – Jon Gower A collection of 21 imaginative short stories – this is Jon Gower at his best. He takes us to the four corners of the world and introduces us to fictional and real characters in both … Continue reading

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Cylch Darllen Llyfrgell Rhuthun – 16th May, 2.00pm

Weirglodd Wen – Lona Patel 13-year-old Magi, sent into domestic service on Weirglodd Wen farm, embraces her new adventure as an opportunity to spread her wings, make new friends and earn money to give to her mother. However, on being … Continue reading

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Cylch Darllen Llyfrgell Rhuthun – Ebrill 18, 2.00pm

Aderyn Prin – Elen Wyn Lena is a rare bird indeed – a young Welsh woman who now works for the FBI. But in this exciting thriller, Lena finds herself facing her most dangerous enemy back home in Wales Order … Continue reading

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Cylch Darllen Llyfrgell Rhuthun – 21st March, 2.00pm

Pantywennol by Ruth Richards A gripping and believable historical novel, based on a true story. Elin Ifans is a lively teenager from Pen Llyn during the nineteenth century.  Due to her obsession with the supernatural, she is given the nickname Bwgan … Continue reading

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