Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Books 46-49

The first two are easy as they are much beloved audio books stored on my old iPod Nano - they are;

Persuasion by Jane Austen read by Greta Scacchi and Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone by J K Rowling read by Stephen Fry.

Both of these are really good audio books, well read and well produced and last week when we had no interwebs and TV for a few days I hunkered down with some knitting and re-listened to these two favourites. It was like the book equivalent of a cup of tea and a couple of Rich Tea bikkies for dunking.

Pulled by Danielle Bannister
Format - Kindle.

Meh. Ok but a bit meh. It was a bit of a nothing book for me. Bit obvious really. Wouldn't bother with a sequel.

Poppy Darke by Colin Wraight
Format - Kindle

This is a kids book - but don't let that put you off. It is really rather good. I loved the characters especially the Goyles and the main character has an interesting story as well. It entertained and amused which is what a good book should do. I will read any sequels because it was different and it was good.

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