I have always read books as a child, though, I never owned a large number of books and there were no major bookcase in our house. This did not mean that I had no access to books at all, as we used to go to the local library regularly. However when we used to go to my Granddad’s house, he did have a small bookcase and on there where 6 books that always intrested me by their covers and eventually I did read them all. Bellow are the books that grabed my attention as a child and added to my intrest in reading.
The books are as follows: Continue reading “6 books from my Granddads Bookshelf”
I saw this Book Tag, on one of the blogs I follow, Flowers In The Rain, so I thought I would do it. So here goes
Continue reading “The Bookshelf: Book Tag”
The second post I did for my blog was called The Book That made me a Reader, which was about how The Eagle Has Landed by Jack Higgins put me on the path to being a reader. Then looking at my February review, I looked at the type of books I enjoyed that month, and they seem so different from the Eagle Has Landed. So this post is about the books that have altered my reading life and have lead me to this point. Continue reading “11 Books That Changed My Reading Life”
Well we are at the end of the second month of the year, while my mental health could have been better, it had got better throughout the month. I also joined NetGalley and BookSirens, which as I use an e-reader for reading books this gives me access to books that have not been released yet for a fair and honest review.
Continue reading “February Review”
I got this book as an advanced copy of this book from NetGalley for a fair and honest review as the book.
The Lazarus charter by Tony Bassett, is a thriller that could have been taken out of today’s headlines. The premise of the book is what would you do if after going to a dear friends funeral, you see that same person, coming out of a underground station in London. This Is the case for school teacher Bob who sees his old friend, Gus who was killed in a car crash earlier that year. As both Bob and his wife Anne, investigate what is going on with Gus, they find themselves in trouble with both the Russians and the British government. Continue reading “The Lazarus Charter By Tony Bassett Review”
The Love Letter by Lucinda Riley, tells the story how a young reporter called Joanna, goes to report on the funeral of Sir James Harrison Britons leading actors, she leaves early to help a frail old lady named Rose to go back home. She hints at a scandal involving the deceased actor to Joanna, that goes to the heart of the British government, giving her a letter which should confirm this. When she starts investigating the story who can she trust from her best friend to the way-ward grandson of the actor and will anyone survive to find the answers.
My Name is Eva, tells the story of an old lady who is now in a home who gives the impression of losing her memory, by telling her niece one thing that she had for dinner when she had something else on purpose. She even does the Telegraph cross Continue reading “My Name is Eva By Suzanne Goldring Review”