Can I just say I loved this book…and leave it at that? I wouldn’t really have much of a blog post to write then, I guess. But, the fact is that I loved this book. Ok, it’s not the book of my life or… Continue Reading “A Time of Mourning by Christobel Kent”
One I didn’t like
This one, I liked.
A good book with one discrepancy that made my arms drop. Literally.
A great read!
In Italian we’d say “ma anche no”. This means, basically, you can live better without.
A very insightful book that makes you think about…being a human!
Another great read
And the end wasn’t disappointing!
The most amazing description ever
In a small bookshop in Santorini, Greece, in the discounted items, I found this classic novel. The title threw the line out and reeled me in: I read the back but had already decided that it would be the perfect holiday novel. I didn’t… Continue Reading “Enchanted April by Elizabeth Von Arnim”
Last week I finished this book. During the first two or three chapters, I thought it was great. I laughed at the quick sense of humour, I pondered on the issues – middle age, women wannabes, men, relationships – that were being presented and… Continue Reading “Mutton by India Knight”
I have relapsed back into the marvellous world in which Jeeves and Bertie rule. What, ho? I really can’t remember when I started or when I stopped, I certainly know that my mother had a hand in it. At a certain point in my life – somewhere between… Continue Reading “Carry on, PG Wodehouse!”
I was alone a handful of Saturdays ago. I wandered the streets of Madrid, staying close to the Chueca and Malasaña neighbourhoods, which are my favourite. I kept on getting lost and then recognising this little square, that mural, and…wait a second, what’s this?… Continue Reading “She Flew the Coop by Michael Lee West”