Drama

The High House by Jessie Greengrass

Dystopian scenarios come in varying forms. Sometimes they end up hitting too close to reality. I am not talking of a pandemic but the effects of global warming in one particular location.When the story began, I was not sure what I was reading. The further I got into the narrative, the picture becomes clearer and… Continue reading The High House by Jessie Greengrass

Uncategorized

The Poker Players by Edward A. Dreyfus

This is yet another book that I took my own time getting round to. I do not know what part of the blurb tempted me to request because it had a very different storyline than my usual reads.A group of septuagenarians have been playing poker for decades and managed to refrain from personal conversations. Once… Continue reading The Poker Players by Edward A. Dreyfus

Mystery, Thriller

Black Coral (Underwater Investigation Unit #2) by Andrew Mayne

Narrator:Susannah Jones I have been moving house and with a difficult internet connection (or so is the excuse I use), I have piled up more reviews to write than ever before. It must be a sort of record since I started blogging. With more than half the year behind me, I hope that my writing… Continue reading Black Coral (Underwater Investigation Unit #2) by Andrew Mayne

Arts & Crafts& food, Non Fiction

The Zero Waste Garden: Grow what you eat & eat what you grow by Ben Raskin

I picked this up because I have recently started a mini kitchen garden. This was my first spring with the concept, and I have cooked my radishes and zucchini, and this book felt like it came at just the right time!It is a colourful book and helpful to those who are seriously considering reducing their… Continue reading The Zero Waste Garden: Grow what you eat & eat what you grow by Ben Raskin