Historical fiction, Humour, Mystery

Death Beside the Seaside (Lady Hardcastle Mysteries #6) by T.E. Kinsey,

Narrator: Elizabeth Knowelden I have adored this series from the get-go. I started listening to it early on in my KU membership, and the absolutely brilliant narration of Elizabeth Knowelden is but the icing on a very, very delicious cake. If you check out my previous reviews below you will know just what I am… Continue reading Death Beside the Seaside (Lady Hardcastle Mysteries #6) by T.E. Kinsey,

Humour

The Secret Diary of Hendrik Groen, 83¼ Years Old (Hendrik Groen #1) by Hendrik Groen

Translated by: Hester Velmans I picked this book up because I saw this great review by Yvonne @ It's all about books. It tipped me in favour of reserving the book immediately instead of later and luckily it was available at the library. I have seen other reviews of this in passing over the last few… Continue reading The Secret Diary of Hendrik Groen, 83¼ Years Old (Hendrik Groen #1) by Hendrik Groen

Humour

The Papers of A.J. Wentworth, B.A. The Wentworth Papers, Book 1

Still available to request from NetGalley as of the publication of this post. This book was originally published in 1949 and is one of the many books being republished to bring to the attention of people like me, who would never have read it otherwise! I was torn between my emotions for poor Mr.Wentworth. I… Continue reading The Papers of A.J. Wentworth, B.A. The Wentworth Papers, Book 1

Comics & Graphic Novel, Humour

Fowl Language: Winging It by Brian Gordon

I have reviewed the previous book: Fowl Language: The Struggle Is Real and am a regular follower of the author on Instagram. I jumped at the chance of reviewing an advance copy of this latest collection, and my review is completely based on my own reading experience. It is different from just reading the comic strips because… Continue reading Fowl Language: Winging It by Brian Gordon

Humour, Mystery, Random Fiction

Mathematical Mysteries 1 &2 by Jonathan Pinnock

It has been a while since I had this book on my virtual shelves and although I found the writing entertaining, something always seemed to come in the way and I did not get around to reading it last year. This year though, I found out that the second book was releasing and thought of… Continue reading Mathematical Mysteries 1 &2 by Jonathan Pinnock