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

Comics & Graphic Novel, Non Fiction

In Love &Pyjamas by Catana Chetwynd

This is an excellent collection of panels showing the couple that I am sure everyone has seen online before. Even if you have not seen them, they depict a solid relationship's everyday-ness that you might recognize yourself in it. This time around, with the quarantine, a few show some of those scenes as well.I have… Continue reading In Love &Pyjamas by Catana Chetwynd

Drama, Feel good

The Great Escape from Woodlands Nursing Home by Joanna Nell

This book started innocuously enough, and I knew I would like it. By the time I set the book aside, I also found myself wanting to give it a full five stars. It creeps up on you with all the 'feels'.The story is based in a retirement home, the main protagonists being reluctant residents of… Continue reading The Great Escape from Woodlands Nursing Home by Joanna Nell

Historical fiction, Humour, Mystery

The Fatal Flying Affair (Lady Hardcastle Mysteries #7) by T.E. Kinsey

If you have the time, inclination and the patience, I highly recommend reading my older reviews. The gushing does come forth quite obviously for this series. Narrated by Elizabeth Kowelden There are few things more satisfying than a great series with every book as good, if not better than the last. Throw in a splash… Continue reading The Fatal Flying Affair (Lady Hardcastle Mysteries #7) by T.E. Kinsey

Children's fiction, Young Adult/Children

The Edge of Anything by Nora Shalaway Carpenter

It is hard to come across a book like this. At least, it has been for me. The biggest highlight of its 'difference' is that the children act their age, and there are no romantic entanglements in this. It is purely a book about friendship, and despite its meagre beginnings, the power it can hold… Continue reading The Edge of Anything by Nora Shalaway Carpenter