I thought it might be nice to start a Detective series and seeing as I have a passion for the Irish I decided to start with The Cormac Reilly Series by Dervla McTiernan. Fortunately, Dervla Mc Tiernan has written a few Novellas so that you can get a taste of her style. The one I… Continue reading Dervla McTiernan, The Roommate
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Still Life by Sarah Winman, a Review
I chose this book, Still Life, after reading Sarah's review. I'm so glad I did because I really enjoyed it. By: Sarah WinmanNarrated by: Sarah WinmanLength: 14 hrs and 55 minsUnabridged AudiobookRelease date: 01-06-21Language: EnglishPublisher: Fourth Estate The Blurb From the author of When God was a Rabbit and Tin Man, Still Life is a big-hearted story of the families we forge and… Continue reading Still Life by Sarah Winman, a Review
The Appeal by Janice Hallett
I really enjoyed The Twyford Code by Janice Hallet so I was keen to read The Appeal. After reading Sarah's review I was excited to get stuck into this book. This review may contain affiliate links which if you click and go on to purchase something it may earn me a little money at no… Continue reading The Appeal by Janice Hallett
La Belle Sauvage, The Book of Dust 1 by Phillip Pullman
I have had a copy of La Belle Sauvage on my bookshelf since it was released but I had not read it. When I saw that the Audible book was read by Michael Sheen I was too tempted and used my monthly credit. I regret nothing. By: Philip PullmanNarrated by: Michael SheenSeries: His Dark Materials, Book 0, The Book… Continue reading La Belle Sauvage, The Book of Dust 1 by Phillip Pullman
Book Worms Monthly, What are You Reading in May?
Hello, Welcome to Book Worms Monthly May. We start May with a Bank Holiday which is perfect to catch up on a bit of reading. Reading is my passion and I love to write about what I’ve read. I’m a real book worm and I have been since the day I could read. I decided… Continue reading Book Worms Monthly, What are You Reading in May?
Harlan Coben, The Woods a Book Review
Recently published on Audible is Harlan Coben, The Woods and I couldn't resist. I have already read The Stranger which I enjoyed and I loved watching Stay Close on Netflix. Harlan Coben is a very popular author with stories full of twists and turns. But I do find him quite predictable. That's not a real… Continue reading Harlan Coben, The Woods a Book Review
Lying in Wait by Liz Nugent a book review
I wanted to read Lying in Wait after reading Sarah's review over on Mum of Three World. It's not a new book but it appealed to me a little more than Liz Nugent's new book, Our Little Cruelties, which I will definitely be reading soon. AuthorLiz NugentNarratorCaoilfhionn Dunne, David McFetridge, Lesley McGuireWhispersync for VoiceReadyAudible.co.uk Release Date29 December… Continue reading Lying in Wait by Liz Nugent a book review
Book Worms Monthly April, Spring is in the Air
Hello, Welcome to Book Worms Monthly April. Here in the UK we were treated to a couple of days of sunshine before it went cold again. But it is officially Spring now so hopefully we'll be able to get in the garden with our books. Then share your bookish posts with me here. Reading is… Continue reading Book Worms Monthly April, Spring is in the Air
The Widow by K.L. Slater
I spotted The Widow, by K.L. Slater on Audible to listen to for free. So, I did. I know I've read something from K.L. Slater before so I knew it would be my kind of book. I like a good psychological thriller. 9 hours and 51 minutesAuthorK. L. SlaterNarratorLucy Price-LewisWhispersync for VoiceReadyAudible.co.uk Release Date16 December… Continue reading The Widow by K.L. Slater
The Twyford Code, Can You Solve it?
I was intrigued about the Twyford Code by Janice Hallett after reading Sarah's Review on Mum of Three World. I decided to use my Audible Credit on the book. Publisher : Viper; Main edition (13 Jan. 2022)Language : EnglishHardcover : 384 pagesISBN-10 : 1788165314ISBN-13 : 978-1788165310Dimensions : 14.2 x… Continue reading The Twyford Code, Can You Solve it?