I started July off with a couple of children’s books and ended it with something totally unlike anything else I’d ever read… Continue reading July in Review: a month in books!
In essence it’s sort of like a sampler, offering the reader a taster of what this writer is capable of, in the hope that you will be inspired enough to track down more of his work. Continue reading Surfing The Gnarl Plus… by Rudy Rucker
In many respects, this reportage reads like a real-life Handmaid’s Tale Continue reading The Bookseller of Kabul
It sounds like the perfect murder mystery novel but everything in here really happened. Continue reading Murder By The Book: a juicy slice of Victorian crime with a literary twist
Not an easy book to read, but essential. Continue reading Hiroshima: horrific and harrowing testimonies
This is the true story of a double agent who makes James Bond look like an amateur. Continue reading Agent Zigzag: The most notorious double agent of WWII
an eclectic mix of children’s books, adult fiction, memoir, biography and academic writing Continue reading June in Review: a month in books!
part autobiography, part scholarly analysis and part a collection of lectures, but always curious and bursting with ideas Continue reading Exploring Other Worlds with Margaret Atwood