In the first part of The Tropic of Serpents, Isabella continues trotting the globe – with friends both old and new along for the ride! This review covers Part 1 of this book, and will include spoilers for it and for A Natural History of Dragons.
In the first part of Moon Over Soho, I am one happy nerd. This review covers chapters 1-4, with potential spoilers! Content note: For a mention of autism.
In the fourth and final part of Rivers of London, the chase is on… This review covers chapter 11 to the end of the book. Spoiler alert!
So I’m doing something new with my spring/summer days here, that involves book-related challenges, subtle (and not so subtle) sarcasm, humour and enthusiasm. Such a departure for my tastes, I know. But here we are. I am a Broody BFF, and I’d like to tell you how I ended up like this.
Today I am freshening things up with a new thing! A somewhat dark, heartstring-tugging, yet wonderfully cute and intriguing new thing! Enter RoAnna Sylver, and Stake Sauce.
Happy May Day, everyone! Before I drag myself into two days of house-cleaning (days off are so full of glamour at Chez Rainbow), let’s look back over what I read and reviewed in April!
In the third part of Rivers of London … Who dunit?! This review will cover chapters 8-10. Major spoilers below! Warning: contains a lot of talk about puppets. A lot.
In the second part of A Natural History of Dragons, Isabella makes inadvertent progress on behalf of the expedition team, and ends up a long way from collecting sparklings…
In the second part of Rivers of London, Peter gets his science on, and Beverley just wants a sandwich, for heaven’s sake. This review will cover chapters 5, 6 & 7. Content note: for discussion of misogyny, mention of suicide.
In the first part of A Natural History of Dragons, we meet a very young Isabella, and this reader falls in swoony love with everything. Content note: for mention of miscarriage.