Month: March 2020


Kerry Hudson. Vintage. (256p) ISBN 9781784708603 I first heard Kerry talk at a Vintage Roadshow at Forum Books, Corbridge before Christmas, this didn’t put me […]

31st March 2020

The Titanic Detective Agency

Lindsay Littleson. Cranachan Publishing. (200p) ISBN 9781911279440 Though the story does come with a well-known ending, The Titanic Detective Agency explores the story of the […]

31st March 2020

The Whispers

Greg Howard. Penguin Random House. (256p) ISBN 9780241367087 I received an advanced copy of this from Penguin and was so happy when it arrived. I […]

30th March 2020

The Wolf and the Watchman

Niklas Natt och Dag. John Murray Press. (416p) ISBN 9781473682146 The Wolf and the Watchman was one of my favourite books of 2019. As I’ve […]

26th March 2020

Boy Underwater

Adam Baron. HarperCollins. (256p) ISBN 9780008267018 Boy Underwater is the story of Cymbeline and his family, Cymbeline is nine-years old and his mother has avoided […]

25th March 2020

The Maze

Thibaud Herem. Orion Publishing. (144p) ISBN 9781786273222 Whenever there is a Laurence King book available as a reading copy I jump at it, as their […]

24th March 2020

Two Can Keep a Secret

Karen M. McManus. Penguin Random House. (336p) ISBN 9780141375656 I’m not a big reader of mysteries or thrillers, the ones I’ve read in the past […]

24th March 2020

On the Origin of Species

Sabina Radeva. Penguin. (64p) ISBN 9780141388502 I originally noticed Charles Darwin’s ‘On the Origin of Species’ as retold and beautifully illustrated by Sabina Radeva when […]

21st March 2020