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Suzie Eisfelder

Suzie has been writing about books since 2009. She continues to write about books, writing, book shops, conventions and whatever other book related things come to hand. There is a distinct possibility she will die with a book in her hand.

Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman

I received this from Bionic Book Subscription. It’s the second of the three month subscription they’ve given me. I’ve been a bit slack in reading all three books. I still haven’t even opened the third parcel from them. It’s sitting on my desk and...

Hana’s Suitcase by Karen Levine

This is the last book I wish to read from the pile I was given to place into little libraries near me. After today I’ll start placing them in libraries for others to read and enjoy. This book is a hard book to enjoy...

Millenium Parts 2 and 3 by Stieg Larsson

This is the sequel to the article I wrote on book one a couple of years ago. I’m not sure I can write as well as I did that day, but I’ll give it a go. I read The Girl Who Played with Fire...

The Maze Runner by James Dashner

I’ve been given a pile of books to leave in a street library. Before I follow orders I’m reading the ones that interest me, this is one of them. But I’m sure you figured that out, else why would I be scribbling words about...

The Long Earth Series by Terry Pratchett and Stephen Baxter

There are five books in this series, I’d been putting off reading them for no particular reason. Many people have recommended them to me, but some people found them a challenge to read. I can now empathise with them. The premise of the entire...

London Mystery No. 77

Published in June 1968 this book is nicely aged. There are a few issues with the corners but the stories are still as new as they were back in 1968. Not that I remember 1968, but the book does and that’s more important. I’m...

Murder in my Name – Jennifer Jones

This book is the final book in the series by Jones. I’ve been reading them as they come out, it makes a change from reading a series in whatever order I happen to find them. I hadn’t realised they were only a trilogy until...

Dorothy L. Sayers

I’ve read so much over the last few months and blogged so little I have a huge pile of books to write about. Four of those books are by the same author so it makes sense to write something about the writing in general,...

Reading Challenges 2021

I had such fun with my Reading Challenge in 2020 I’ve decided to embark on three challenges this year. Yes, three. It’s not going to be as challenging as it sounds as there’s a lot of crossover. The three challenges I’m doing are The 2021...

Relics, Wrecks & Ruins edited by Aiki Flinthart

This anthology was gifted to me for the purpose of a review. I don’t always review the books I’m given as I don’t like to write negative reviews but this one was just so brilliant that my fingers have no choice but to type...