For various reasons – Ofsted, toddler, family visits – I’ve not been able to add reviews recently and am about to try to catch-up. Once again.
As an aide memoir to myself, to you – and a short cut to adding photos later, the books I’m yet to review are:
Autumn by Ali Smith: gorgeous, transformational, not (as advertised) a post-Brexit novel.
The Bear and the Nightingale, by Katherine Arden: a dark and wintry Russian fairytale mythic novel.
Carpe Jugulum by Terry Pratchett, a re-read of my favourite and first Pratchett.
The Boy In the Tower by Polly Ho-Yen, a young adult apocalyptic novel.
We Are All Made Of Molecules, by Susin Nielsen: a young adult family saga.
The Plague Charmer, by Karen Maitland, an historical fantasy novel.