Historical fiction, Humour

Psycho by the Sea by Lynne Truss

I have reviewed another book by the author in this series : here Narrated by Matt Green I liked the other book that I read out of context in the series but was not fascinated by it. When I saw this as an audiobook, I had to give it another shot.I loved the narrative style… Continue reading Psycho by the Sea by Lynne Truss

Adventure, Humour

The Secret of Chimneys (Superintendent Battle #1) by Agatha Christie

Narrator: Simon Jones I am working my way through rereads of older books that I can now listen to. I read these at a time when I was unsure of the pronunciation of things and had no way of confirming (or even the will to look). I said Hercule Poirot anyway I wanted until almost… Continue reading The Secret of Chimneys (Superintendent Battle #1) by Agatha Christie

Humour

An Accidental Royal Kidnap (Royally Funny #1) by Paul Mathews

This was a very random book that I decided to pick up. The dialogues and sentences were constructed in a very entertaining manner. I would have enjoyed it more if not for some repetitive imagery that would have worked with just a mention instead of iterating multiple times in the book. This put me off… Continue reading An Accidental Royal Kidnap (Royally Funny #1) by Paul Mathews

Adventure, Comics & Graphic Novel, Humour

Wicked Epic Adventures: Another Wallace the Brave Collection by Will Henry

I have read and reviewed two other books by this author and this collection felt as good, if not better than the others. Wallace and his friends lead simple lives with some lofty ideas at times. They live in a small town, with limited people who make appearances ( seagulls, and one in particular also… Continue reading Wicked Epic Adventures: Another Wallace the Brave Collection by Will Henry

Humour, Non Fiction

You Couldn’t Make It Up…!: Unpublished Letters to The Daily Telegraph by Kate Moore

When I was younger, I loved looking at letters to editors from magazines like the Reader's digest. I do not remember which version we got, but they did have people from other parts of the world and fewer contributions from India locally. This changed over the years, and so did the humour, but I remember… Continue reading You Couldn’t Make It Up…!: Unpublished Letters to The Daily Telegraph by Kate Moore