Book Review | Rating - 3/5 | Genre - Contemporary Romance For the first few weeks (probably months) of the new year, there are going to be reviews from books I got for Christmas and my birthday. The "to be read" pile has gotten a lot larger now, so I want to get through the... Continue Reading →
“So Long and Thanks for All the Fish” by Douglas Adams
So I started the series with the fourth book... see what I thought even by starting halfway through the story.
We Are All Made of Glue by Marina Lewycka
My final book of January 2020. A fitting book to end the long first month of the new year. See what I thought...
Me Talk Pretty One Day by David Sedaris – Book Review
Recommended by grandad - this became the third book I read in 2020. Unexpectedly funny, there were a lot of interesting surprises in this book.
If Cats Disappeared From The World by Genki Kawamura – Book Review
Book review | 5/5 stars | genre - magical realism This young mans days are numbered. Estranged from his family, living along with just his cat Cabbage a young man is unprepared for the doctors diagnosis that he has only months to live. The devil appears with a special offer: in exchange for making one... Continue Reading →
Book Review – “The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue” by Mackenzi Lee
The story follows Henry Montague 'Monty', a wealthy gentleman who is about to venture out of a tour of the continent with his friend Percy and his sister Felicity. What sounds like a typical period novel injects an interesting twist in Monty's love for Percy.
St Patrick’s Day – Finding Irish Authors
In the true spirit of St Patrick's day I thought i'd try and educate myself on some of the brilliant books that were written by Irish authors, but while checking that the books I read were actually written by Irish authors, I found a whole list of Irish authors and here are a few that... Continue Reading →