Book Reviews

The Crimson Rooms – Katharine McMahon

Set in 1924, The Crimson Rooms is very much concerned with the aftermath of the First World War, with the distinction of featuring a young female lawyer – one of the first of her kind – as its viewpoint character. Evelyn Gifford, at thirty, shares the view of many women of her generation that she is unlikely to marry, and looks to her work for a sense of purpose and the chance to bring about change.

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Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?

I was always interested in reading the 1968 novel by Philip K. Dick. I’ve tried many, many times. And when I finally got the audiobook version, I was really excited, thinking that having someone narrate this to me one the way to and from work will actually get me long enough in the novel to get me interested.…

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2019 Books in Review

2019 has been quite a good year for reading and I’ve managed to get my one-book-a-week resolution kept for the whole year. What’s even better, with a combination of audiobooks and e-books, I have managed to surpass my 52 book limit.…