When a book has you waking up at five in the morning to finish it, you know it’s a good book. It doesn’t happen often to me any more – the last book that did this to me was Outside by Sarah Ann Jukes. And to be quite honest with you, I didn’t expect it from this book.
My latest bookish obsession is books about books. What more can a bookworm ever want than a book that is written about their favourite thing on the planet – more books – by an author with exactly the same interests as them?!
Think of it as you like, but for me that was meant to be. It was proof that I was meant to find this book in a little charity shop.
Book Description(From Waterstones) As Christmas approaches Joe Smith knows he should be celebrating with friends and family, making the most of the season. But for Joe, Christmas only holds painful memories. Ones he can feel crushing his heart, a reminder of a time he can never forget. Clara O’Connell loves Christmas. For her it is […]
Book Description(From Amazon) Finally, the definitive – and only – book for anyone interested in learning more about the alarmingly elusive author. Here is a collection of evidence – writings, annotated photographs, mysterious diagrams, and several disorientating maps, accompanied by captions, an introduction, and an extensive index. Together, these pieces will shed light on a […]