Mini Book Reviews – January 2010

These short reviews date from my pre-blog era – short and sweet thoughts with ratings out of five. Feel free to ask me more about these reads! The Story of Danny Dunn by Bryce Courtenay I haven't read a Bryce Courtenay book for several years (the last one was Four Fires) and was wondering if... Continue Reading →

Mini Reviews: February 2010

More mini reviews from prior to the birth of this blog...short but sweet! First Among Sequels: A Thursday Next Novel by Jasper Fforde Starts off a bit slow (a refresher of Thursday's worlds- the Outland and the Book World) but certainly picks up pace soon after. With carpets, cheese and many Thursdays, this book is set... Continue Reading →

Mini Reviews: March 2010

Another month of my short reviews from before I started this blog. Hopefully they'll be able to give you an idea of what I thought of the book! So Many Books, So Little Time: A Year of Passionate Reading… by Sara Nelson I actually started this book years ago but didn't finish it. Looking for something... Continue Reading →

Mini Book Reviews: April 2010

These are (usually) shorter reviews I wrote on books before I decided to start my blog. Although short, I hope they provide a quick overview of the book! After the Quake: Stories by Haruki Murakami I'm not usually a fan of short stories, but Murakami's are brilliant. He paints such an intricate world in your mind... Continue Reading →

Mini reviews: June 2010

These small reviews come from before I started blogging- they were recorded on sites like Library Thing and Goodreads. The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest by Stieg Larsson I felt this dragged a bit at the start, as I wasn't terribly interested in Sapo. It picked up again around page 200; the plot involving Berger... Continue Reading →

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