Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt – a review

Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt – a review

I was struggling to find a book to review this week: okay, I have some with short reviews to expand on, but I can’t fully remember the key points that I had to make. And I am behind with my reading as I’m struggling with finding characters I like. I also wondered if anyone would … Continue reading

The Death of Mrs Westaway – a review

The Death of Mrs Westaway – a review

This week’s Thursday Creation Review is somewhat unexpected in that I had something else put aside to read. That novel had to wait as this book shot to the top of the reading pile. Read on and find out why. The Death of Mrs. Westaway by Ruth Ware (Goodreads Author) From the #1 New York Times bestselling author … Continue reading

Look the Other Way – a review

Look the Other Way – a review

Kristina Stanley is among my favourite mystery authors and when her Stone Mountain series closed with Avalanche, I wondered where we would be swept to next. (Well, if I was truthful, I had an inkling as Kristina is one of my gurus.) So, in the next mystery, we are transported in Look the Other Way … Continue reading

Sword of Destiny – a review

Sword of Destiny – a review

Ever since I met Geralt of Rivia in the game, The Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt and posted about it in W is for Witcher, I have been exploring the origins of that world in the creations of Andrzej Sapkowski. After reviewing the first book in Geralt’s chronology – The Last Wish – I kept … Continue reading

The Curious Case of Benjamin Button – a review

The Curious Case of Benjamin Button – a review

Another Thursday, another review, but my brain won’t co-operate. Not because I don’t know what to review, but because I’m uninspired. At the end of April, I posted Z is for Zelda which included the information that F Scott Fitzgerald’s wife was called Zelda. When I admitted that I’d never read any Fitzgerald, one well-read … Continue reading