πŸ“– Jo’s Boys by Louisa May Alcott β­β­

After quite a heavy first year (2018) into my new Classics Club list, I decided to go easier on myself by reading some more of the children’s classics I have on my list. Earlier this year, I read the lovely Little Men by Louisa May Alcott, so it only followed that next I should read … Continue reading πŸ“– Jo’s Boys by Louisa May Alcott β­β­

New Read: D-Day (A Very Brief History)

For the last two years, I had a bit of an US politics theme going on in my reading through Mark Black’s A Very Brief History series. However, in March last year, I read my last US instalment which was about Ronald Reagan. I really enjoyed reading the instalments with a common theme. So, this … Continue reading New Read: D-Day (A Very Brief History)

Agatha Raisin and the Terrible Tourist by M. C. Beaton (Agatha Raisin #6)

Near the end of May, I was in the mood for an easy, comforting read, so I reached for Agatha Raisin and the Terrible Tourist by M. C. Beaton, the sixth book in Beaton’s long-running, cosy-crime series. While each book is a self-contained mystery, there is the continuing character arc for Agatha running through them … Continue reading Agatha Raisin and the Terrible Tourist by M. C. Beaton (Agatha Raisin #6)

πŸ“– Guards! Guards! by Terry Pratchett (Discworld #11) β­β­β­

If you are a regular reader, you will know that I have been working my way through Terry Pratchett’s epic Discworld series: reading the books we already own or as we get our hands on them. Recently, my dad picked up a copy of Guards! Guards!, the eighth instalment in Pratchett’s fantastical Discworld series, but … Continue reading πŸ“– Guards! Guards! by Terry Pratchett (Discworld #11) β­β­β­

πŸ“– The Tudor Crown by Joanna Hickson β­β­

I absolutely loved Joanna Hickson's brilliant First of the Tudors, about the often neglected Jasper Tudor, but I was left wanting more! So I have been looking forward to this second historical fiction, The Tudor Crown by Joanna Hickson, which continues the same story from the point-of-view of Jasper's nephew, Henry Tudor. In September 1471, we … Continue reading πŸ“– The Tudor Crown by Joanna Hickson β­β­