Book Review: A Very British Murder by Dr Lucy Worsley

Rated: 5 stars This brilliantly crafted non-fiction look at the British obsession with murder is not only fascinating in its own right but also perfect if you’re a crime writer who fancies learning some of the history of your genre, providing as it does an excellent feel for the public perception of crime and crime … Continue reading Book Review: A Very British Murder by Dr Lucy Worsley

Book Review: London Falling

London Falling by Paul Cornell My rating: 5 of 5 stars I started reading this book and put it aside after the first 30 pages because I was struggling to work out what was going on, wasn’t sure I liked any of the characters and … I just didn't feel like it was going to work … Continue reading Book Review: London Falling

Book Review: Feral

Feral: Rewilding the Land, the Sea and Human Life by George Monbiot My rating: 5 of 5 stars This is one of the most eye opening books I’ve read this year, on any topic. The idea of Re-Wilding isn’t new but the word have come to mean so many different things to so many different … Continue reading Book Review: Feral

Book Review: The Wolf Wilder

The Wolf Wilder by Katherine Rundell My rating: 5 of 5 stars It may be billed as a children's book but writing like this transcends age. I completely lost myself in the story and the lyrical writing and, having inhaled it all in one sitting, I'm now reading it again trying to work out how … Continue reading Book Review: The Wolf Wilder

Review: Keep Calman Carry On – Susan Calman at the Soho Theatre, London

5 out of 5 stars There isn’t really any way to describe Susan’s show other than utterly hilarious. I spent the entire hour laughing and left with ribs and mouth aching and a new appreciation of just how much laughter can lift your spirits. I found Susan Calman not through her comedy shows or her … Continue reading Review: Keep Calman Carry On – Susan Calman at the Soho Theatre, London