Fantasy, Humour

Equal Rites (Discworld #3) by Terry Pratchett

I continue with my rereading of the Terry Pratchett books that were reprinted quite recently. This should have been read before the previous one that I reviewed (Wyrd Sisters), but it does not make much difference except show one of the characters in a whole different light. The story had the trademark humour, and I… Continue reading Equal Rites (Discworld #3) by Terry Pratchett

Fantasy, Humour

Wyrd Sisters (Discworld #6) by Terry Pratchett

It was only toward the very end of this book that I realised that I had read it before. For those who have read this and others who might in the future, it was the reveal that did it. It was so odd and clever that it must have stuck in my head from a… Continue reading Wyrd Sisters (Discworld #6) by Terry Pratchett

Children's fiction, Comics & Graphic Novel, Humour

Are We Lost Yet?: Another Wallace the Brave Collection by Will Henry

I have read and reviewed the previous books in this series on the blog. I must admit going into this review that I am highly biased. I follow the author of Instagram and enjoy almost every one of the panels about Wallace and his tiny clan. I have adored the previous three works in varying… Continue reading Are We Lost Yet?: Another Wallace the Brave Collection by Will Henry

Drama, Humour

The Peppermint Tea Chronicles (44 Scotland Street #13) by Alexander McCall Smith

It has been almost forever since I read a book by this author. While I was still in HK and visiting my library weekly, I would end up picking one or the other from any of the series' I am familiar with. I saw this sitting pretty in my local library, and nostalgia hit me… Continue reading The Peppermint Tea Chronicles (44 Scotland Street #13) by Alexander McCall Smith

Humour, Non Fiction

Wake Me Up When It’s All Over… by Kate Moore

I read and reviewed the previous collection here I read and enjoyed the previous such collection and thought I could give this a shot as well. Unlike Letters to the editor in any other year, the last couple has made it easier for them to be relatable despite the country to which you belong and/or… Continue reading Wake Me Up When It’s All Over… by Kate Moore