Like many people, recent events around the world have has changed the way I think about things, and in a lot of ways has changed the way I think full stop. In fact my mind has been whirring so much the activities I usually do to clam myself stopped being calming, until I found a solution—audio books!
I used to read Leon Uris books when I was at High School. Anyone who has read one of his books knows the content would definitely not be described as Young Adult friendly in today’s market.
While I am not advocating all teenagers read adult books, there are some who are mature enough to deal with adult themes. In today’s blog I have two offerings I think might be of interest to the more mature teenagers.
Since I started my book blog I have done a Top Ten for Christmas. I am running a little later this year so I have gone with books you should be able to buy at any bookshop, I am choosing one book I have reviewed and loved along with another I choose off the shelf of a bookshop as if I were buying as gift (as with all good book gifts I have had a read before passing it on).
Welcome back to my new and, hopefully, improved blog. Today I want to share two series of books with you – one about modern fairies and a gas lamp fantasy series. A while ago I wrote a blog about ways
Firstlife by Gena Showalter Imagine this life is just preparation for real life, or Secondlife. Imagine your second life will be spent in one of two realms – Troika or Myriad – and each of those realms are trying to
Rivers of London by Ben Aaronovitch Today is Father’s Day, and we have a special review by Jim (Mr Bookbubble), who recently read a book that inspired him into a series, and he wanted to share it on this day
The Lily and The Rose by Jackie French I love it when an author surprised you, and this week I was surprised by Jackie French’s book The Lily and The Rose. I love Jackie’s picture and tween books, and have