Donkey Boy and other stories by Mary Smith #amreading

Donkey Boy and other stories is a pot-pourri of tales that could accompany you on a journey to pick up and read in instalments, or you might find, like me, that you end up reading one story after another, late into the night.   Each tale introduces a character, either from home or abroad, withContinue reading “Donkey Boy and other stories by Mary Smith #amreading”

Lindisfarne (Project Renova 2) by Terry Tyler #BookReview

Book Description ‘You’re judging this by the standards of the old world. But that’s gone. We don’t live there anymore.’ Six months after the viral outbreak, civilised society in the UK has broken down. Vicky and her group travel to the Northumbrian island of Lindisfarne, where they are welcomed by an existing community. New relationshipsContinue reading “Lindisfarne (Project Renova 2) by Terry Tyler #BookReview”

Michel and Henry Go to War by Avan Judd Stallard #bookreview #RBRT

Book Description A Frenchman in the British Army fighting Germans on the Western Front? That’d be a bastard—the illegitimate son of the French President, forbidden by father to join the fray. Under an assumed name, Michel joins anyway. Except now he cannot escape the war that follows every step of the way as he andContinue reading “Michel and Henry Go to War by Avan Judd Stallard #bookreview #RBRT”

A Divided Inheritance by Deborah Swift #TuesdayBookBlog #amreading

This is the story of two people, Elspet Leviston, responsible daughter of a lace dealer in Jacobean London and Zachary Deane, the illegitimate son of a poor Spanish woman whose bullying brothers have taught him to lie and steal.  When Elspet’s father suddenly brings Zachary into their household, usurping her position in the family business,Continue reading “A Divided Inheritance by Deborah Swift #TuesdayBookBlog #amreading”