Traitors by Frank Walker My rating: 5 of 5 stars I have often wondered, did the multi-national companies who aided Nazi Germany know what they were doing, or did they hang their heads in sorrow and shame and hope for mercy when they found out at the end of the war? Well, how stupid of… Continue reading Review: Traitors
After I’ve Gone by Linda Green My rating: 3 of 5 stars What an intriguing premise! Facebook posts from the future that just keep coming, day after day, week after week. It’s the modern-day equivalent of seeing a gypsy palm-reader, only this one, in the style of Zoltar from Big, seems to be coming true.… Continue reading Review: After I’ve Gone
The Inaugural Meeting of the Fairvale Ladies Book Club by Sophie Green My rating: 4 of 5 stars The cover of this book is what made me look twice – I can’t go past a good bird reference. Then the title made me look a third time. I mean, it just couldn’t be a book… Continue reading Review: The Inaugural Meeting of the Fairvale Ladies Book Club
Ready Player One by Ernest Cline My rating: 5 of 5 stars I do not love the eighties and I do not play video games, but I love this book! Ok, I get that it’s a tiny bit slow to start. It initially put me off when I tried to read it on my kindle,… Continue reading Review: Ready Player One
Skitter by Ezekiel Boone My rating: 3 of 5 stars Sequels are tough. And where do you go from ‘look out everybody – it’s the end of the world’? Apparently to telling stories along the way and setting us up for Book Three, that’s where. Don’t get me wrong. I still love the concept of… Continue reading Review: Skitter
…now for the long wait while the overwhelmed publisher gets to me in the queue. Unless I’m the next JK of course. Anyway, back to being serious. I knew I was doing the last tidying of my MS for a real deadline, so I purposely (and painfully) stopped reading for a month – outside of… Continue reading I submitted my manuscript!!
The Rag Tag Fleet by Ian W. Shaw My rating: 4 of 5 stars The artillery in the theatre didn’t fly; it floated on barges brought to the front by small Australian fishing boats and schooners, captained and crewed in the main by Australian sailors. This is a landmark book containing a wealth of facts… Continue reading Review: The Rag Tag Fleet