Tag: book review

A Time of Mourning by Christobel Kent

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…

The Sunrise by Victoria Hislop

One I didn’t like

The Invisible Ones by Stef Penney

This one, I liked.

The Good Italian by Stephen Burke

by stephen burke

A good book with one discrepancy that made my arms drop. Literally.

The Other Hand by Chris Cleave

A great read!

Oh Dear Silvia by Dawn French

In Italian we’d say “ma anche no”. This means, basically, you can live better without.

The Humans by Matt Haig

A very insightful book that makes you think about…being a human!

We need to talk about Kevin by Lionel Shriver

Another great read

The Behaviour of Moths by Poppy Adams

And the end wasn’t disappointing!

Pinocchio’s Fairy’s ride

The most amazing description ever

The Songs of Troy by Colleen McCullough

Helen, Odysses and the rest!

The Fault in Our Stars by John Green

Another book review…this one is awesome! ^_*

Enchanted April by Elizabeth Von Arnim

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…

Mutton by India Knight

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…

Carry on, PG Wodehouse!

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…

She Flew the Coop by Michael Lee West

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?…