Happy new year everyone, although you are all still the same people you were 9 days ago, just with different goals. It’s funny how the new year does that to us, pushes everyone into a frenzy of making new commitments or promises to themselves. I am not excluding myself from this, last year I made a […]Read More New year, new book challenge.
Johannes Cabal the Necromancer, by Jonathan L. Howard is a dark comic fiction, about a man called Johannes Cabal, funnily enough, who sells his soul to the devil. The author, Howard, is a British writer and game designer, which adds a brilliant twist to this great read. He keeps the reader guessing throughout this entertaining […]Read More Johannes Cabal the Necromancer. A Book Review.
The Lambs of London is by Peter Ackroyd, an English biographer who has done several stories based on London. This is the first book I have read of his and I am not sure I would read another unless it was a biography. The story revolves around a brother and sister, Charles and Mary Lamb. […]Read More The Lambs of London Book Review
So this is my second book review of the year, and I’ve got some catching up to do if I want to meet my 100 reviews by the end of the year! I’ve also decided on a rating system, based on the noises my cats make! So I will be rating things out of meows […]Read More Book review: The Secret Supper.
A Game of Thrones is the first book in the A Song of Ice and Fire series by George R. R. Martin. I’m sure most people are familiar with the series by now, with the ever popular t.v series on sky. I must admit I watched the T.V show first, in fact the first episode […]Read More Book review: A Game of Thrones