Tag Archives: England

The Road to Little Dribbling – Bill Bryson

I’ve always enjoyed Bill Bryson. I loved A Walk in the Woods and The Mother Tongue and his Shakespeare book, etc. This? Not this. I couldn’t manage this. Yes, it was lovely to learn that we’ve all been pronouncing “Everest” wrong … Continue reading

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A Time Traveller’s Guide to Medieval England – Ian Mortimer, Jonathan Keeble

Obviously, A Time Traveller’s Guide to Medieval England was a title calculated to gain my attention. The premise: a different take on presenting an overview of a period of time, using the format of a travel guide – something of … Continue reading

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When Gods Die – C.S. Harris

I very much enjoyed the first book in this series. With full awareness that some of the plotting left something to be desired, and that parts of it weren’t the most original, I really enjoyed it – writing and characters … Continue reading

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