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

Non Fiction

Written in Bone by Sue Black

I have read and reviewed the author's previous work on the blog : here. Also the post where I had the most conversation on comments ever! This book is probably an easier read (despite the contents) for those who like to dabble in True Crime/Forensics than the author's previous work. There is lesser personal information… Continue reading Written in Bone by Sue Black

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

Historical fiction, Mystery

The Adventure of the Deceased Scholar ,The Adventure of the Murdered Gypsy by Liese Sherwood-Fabre

Have you checked out my Mid Year Stats 2021 – Graphs Galore? I have read the first book of this series and was looking forward to the next. We have a young Sherlock Holmes recovering from his adventures to clear his mother's name. His mother is not quite the character depicted in the Netflix show Enola… Continue reading The Adventure of the Deceased Scholar ,The Adventure of the Murdered Gypsy by Liese Sherwood-Fabre

Non Fiction

Plastic Free: The Inspiring Story of a Global Environmental Movement and Why It Matters by Rebecca Prince-Ruiz, Joanna Atherfold Finn

I read quite a few zero waste books and Plastic-related ones as well since I first got clued in to the reality of the issues around us. It is surprising how blind I was to my own footprint a few years ago! I made a significant stride forward as long as I lived in HK… Continue reading Plastic Free: The Inspiring Story of a Global Environmental Movement and Why It Matters by Rebecca Prince-Ruiz, Joanna Atherfold Finn