πŸ“– Anne of Avonlea by L.M. Montgomery (1909) β­β­β­

Hello my fellow bookworms, today I am bringing you my thoughts on the children's classic novel, Anne of Avonlea by L.M. Montgomery, which is the second book, published in 1909, about the feisty and spirited Anne Shirley, who we first meet in Anne of Green Gables (review). Having loved the first book last year, I … Continue reading πŸ“– Anne of Avonlea by L.M. Montgomery (1909) β­β­β­

πŸ“– Dodger by Terry Pratchett (2012) β­β­

Hello my fellow bookworms, today I am bringing you my thoughts on the YA historical-fantasy, Dodger by the beloved and bestselling Terry Pratchett, which was published in 2012. If you read this blog regularly, you will know that Pratchett is one of my favourite authors, who is best known for his fantastical Discworld series, so … Continue reading πŸ“– Dodger by Terry Pratchett (2012) β­β­

πŸ“– The Lost Diary of Venice by Margaux DeRoux (2020) β­β­

Hello my fellow bookworms, today I am bringing you my thoughts on the historical-fiction, The Lost Diary of Venice by Margaux DeRoux, which was her debut novel published in 2020. As soon as I learnt it was a dual-narrative love story and mystery that spans late Renaissance Venice and present-day Connecticut, how could I not … Continue reading πŸ“– The Lost Diary of Venice by Margaux DeRoux (2020) β­β­

πŸ“– Two Mini-Reviews of My December Non-Fiction Reads β­β­/⭐

Hello my fellow bookworms, today I am bringing you my thoughts on two non-fiction books I read in December 2021. At the beginning of the month, I finished off the biography of The Gilded Lily: The Life and Loves of the Fabulous Lillie LangtryΒ by Ernest Dudley, originally published in 1958, that I had started as … Continue reading πŸ“– Two Mini-Reviews of My December Non-Fiction Reads β­β­/⭐

πŸ“– Katheryn Howard, The Tainted Queen by Alison Weir (2020) β­β­

Hello my fellow bookworms, today I am bringing you my thoughts on the historical-fiction, Katheryn Howard, The Tainted Queen by bestselling author and acclaimed historian, Alison Weir. It is the fifth volume, published in 2020, of Weir’s ambitious six-book series, Six Tudor Queens, which chronicles the lives of each of Henry VIII’s wives. I have … Continue reading πŸ“– Katheryn Howard, The Tainted Queen by Alison Weir (2020) β­β­

πŸ“– The Land God Gave to Cain by Hammond Innes (1958) β­β­

Hello my fellow bookworm, today I am bringing you my thoughts on the vintage thriller The Land God Gave to Cain by Hammond Innes, which was published in 1958. This is an author and book I had never heard of before I received this lovely hardback copy in my first ever vintage book box from … Continue reading πŸ“– The Land God Gave to Cain by Hammond Innes (1958) β­β­

πŸ“– Agatha Raisin and the Fairies of Fryfam by M.C. Beaton (2000) β­β­

Hello, my fellow bookworms, today I am bringing you my thoughts on Agatha Raisin and the Fairies of Fryfam by M.C. Beaton, the tenth book in Beaton’s long-running, cosy-crime series, that was published in 2000. This is my go-to series for comfort, so I picked this up for a light, fun read for the R.I.P … Continue reading πŸ“– Agatha Raisin and the Fairies of Fryfam by M.C. Beaton (2000) β­β­

πŸ“– The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas (1846) β­β­β­

Hello, my fellow bookworms, today I am bringing you my thoughts on the classic adventure novel, The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas, which was published back in 1846. I hoisted this weighty tome up at the very beginning of summer 2021 and it took me over three months to read it. Finally, finishing … Continue reading πŸ“– The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas (1846) β­β­β­