warning: minor spoilers ahead. i have been following lauren juliff’s travel blog never-ending footsteps for a few years now, travelling from… Read more book number three of 2016: how not to travel the world [lauren juliff].
i managed to read twenty-seven books for pleasure this year, including the first five booker award winners of my lifetime.… Read more the year in books: 2015.
i managed to finish penelope lively’s moon tiger just before my trip home – i don’t like carrying half-read or nearly-finished… Read more book number twenty-seven of 2015 + booker winner 1987: moon tiger [penelope lively].
i underlined so many passages while reading i know why the caged bird sings that i decided to copy them all into… Read more favourite passages from i know why the caged bird sings [maya angelou].
i have vague memories of reading maya angelou’s i know why the caged bird sings in middle school, and i remember thinking… Read more book number twenty-six of 2015: i know why the caged bird sings [maya angelou].
what can i say about this book that has not already been said a million times over? the diary kept… Read more book number twenty-five of 2015: the diary of a young girl [anne frank].
of the four booker prize winners i have read thus far, kingsley amis’ the old devils is by far my favourite.… Read more book number twenty-four of 2015 + booker prize winner 1986: the old devils [kingsley amis].
yep, two nora roberts books in a row. i finished the witness in two days and wasn’t quite ready for a… Read more book number twenty-three of 2015: the search [nora roberts].
nora roberts’ books have long been a guilty pleasure of mine. i like that they have some sort of mystery… Read more book number twenty-two of 2015: the witness [nora roberts].
i cannot even remember how long i’ve owned matthew pearl’s the dante club, but i do know it sat on my bookshelf… Read more book number twenty-one of 2015: the dante club [matthew pearl].