Sunday, 31 December 2017

My Year in Books -2017

I read and reviewed  74 books in 2017, with 15,713 pages ( according to Bookreads)

Which works out at an average of  nearly 1.5 books every week, or 43 pages per day.



My first review of 2017 was for If Wishes Were Horses by Tim Hemlin...


My Review:

An exciting and suspenseful murder mystery which held my attention from start to finish.

Neil Marshall is a multi-dimensional character, friendly, loyal, and easy to like.
The rest of the cast are also well fleshed out with their own quirks and personalities.

The many twists and turns kept me guessing who killed Jason, but I didn't have a clue until it was revealed.

I enjoyed this book and look forward to reading the other books in the series.





...and my final review was for It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas by Chris Turnbull


My Review:

A Magical Read!

This is a wonderful book for all ages. With stories, poems, and fun facts - there's something for everyone.

The author, Chris Turnbull, has filled this book with the magic of Christmas.

I enjoyed all the stories, but my favourite was Princess Nathalya - a moving tale about a young evacuee during WW2.









To see which books I read and reviewed between these two visit My Journey in Books for 2017! on Goodreads




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