This month sees another mixed bag of fiction and non-fictions titles. Not so many this month – I’m on the road again.
You can access my full book reviews and information about the titles via the
2017 Book Review page.
Here is this month’s round up:
****1/2 “Starlight Tide” by Sarah Key
**** “Bedlam: London and its Mad” by Catharine Arnold
**** “A Bag of Roosters” by Michael Leunig
“The Starlight Tide”, book 3 of The Sisters of Light trilogy is available now through
Amazon: Link to Starlight Tide
The Sisters of Light (Petra, Flash, Honey and Joanie) are embarking on an end-of season tour with Flash’s band, “Biskuit”. What should be a simple enterprise, turns into a crazy adventure, replete with murders, smuggling operations, boating adventures, family secrets, and a dash of racism. Get the fill review here:
Another mixed bag, both in terms of genre and quality.
**** “Mr Love and Justice” by Colin MacInnes
**1/2 “Project Emergence” by Jamie Zakian
**** “Fantastical Beasts and Where to Find Them” by J.K.Rawling
***** “They Shoot Horses, Don’t They?” by Horace McCoy
**1/2 “Uncommon Character: Stories of Ordinary Men and Women Who Have Done the Extraordinary” by Douglas Feavel
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