This month I was luck to be transported to my happy place two books that really “wowed” me. You know the type; the books you just can’t put down until they’re finished. Then, when you reach the end, you’re sad because there’s nothing left to read. There are the books I want to share with you.
Stephen Hawkins wrote, ‘If time travel is possible, where are the tourists from the future?’. Realistically we know time travel isn’t feasible, but we love to imagine that it is.
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