Here’s a little round-up of what I’ve been enjoying lately.
I do love a good retelling of the Arthurian legends, and Kevin Crossley-Holland’s ‘Arthur and the Seeing Stone’ is just that. Written for young teens, this is a perfect book to romp through on a train journey. I’m looking forward to reading the next two in [...]
This week, a round-up of what I’m reading.
I’m racing through ‘Gillespie and I’ by Jane Harris -
I loved her first book, ‘The Observations’.
So far, ‘Gillespie and I’ is brilliant, and I suspect I am in the presence of one of the most unreliable narrators ever, although I genuinely have no idea what’s going to happen. [...]
Before I was diagnosed with a breast cancer, I was fussy and a bit snobbish when it came to reading. I wasn’t interested in a book unless it was either (a) a Classic, preferably with the word ‘classic’ on the cover somewhere (b) a Modern Classic, preferably well known as such, (c) written by an [...]