Memoirs

Unnatural Causes by Richard Shepherd

Unnatural Causes by Richard Shepherd

Unnatural Causes by Richard Shepherd. I’ve seen him talking about the book at Victoria Derbyshire and this is why I’ve decided to borrow the book from the library. I’m very glad I did that. It’s the kind of book you would like to read in […]

An Armful of Animals by Malcolm D. Welshman

An Armful of Animals by Malcolm D. Welshman

I was asked to be a part of An Armful of Animals by Malcolm D. Welshman book tour*. This was a fun book to read. Welshman was a vet, now retired, who shares stories of his pets and some of the patients he had. The […]

A Crime in the Family by Sacha Batthyany

A Crime in the Family by Sacha Batthyany

A Crime in the Family by Sacha Batthyany is a fascinating book. I would recommend it because it shows the horrors of both communism and Nazis. Only proves how dangerous and deadly both far-left and far-right can be, and how inhumane people were treated. I […]

I Am Malala by Malala Yousafzai

I Am Malala by Malala Yousafzai

I Am Malala by Malala Yousafzai, written with the help of Christina Lamb. I was keen on reading about Malala and I did enjoy the book. That being said, I gave it 4 stars because I found it tiring how many times god was mentioned. […]

Hope in a Ballet Shoe by Michaela DePrince, Elaine DePrince

Hope in a Ballet Shoe by Michaela DePrince, Elaine DePrince

Hope in a Ballet Shoe by Michaela DePrince, Elaine DePrince. Orphaned by war, saved by ballet: an extraordinary true story. I’ve read the review of this book before borrowing it from the library and I’m glad I’ve discovered it. It is a lovely emotional story […]

Chasing Black Gold by Robert Stone

Chasing Black Gold by Robert Stone

Chasing Black Gold by Robert Stone, with the subtitle: The Incredible True Story of a Fuel Smuggler in Africa. I was so excited to read this book. I’ve read recently a couple of books by Sir Paul Collier, Professor of Economics and Public Policy at […]

Tilting, A Memoir by Nicole Harkin

Tilting, A Memoir by Nicole Harkin

I’ve read Tilting, A Memoir by Nicole Harkin as part of a book blog tour*. The book is easy to read, very nicely written. I would gladly pick up another book by her. I liked and hated the story at the same time, can’t even […]

Everybody Works In Sale by Niraj Kapur

Everybody Works In Sale by Niraj Kapur

Everybody Works In Sale by Niraj Kapur, with the subtitle Here’s What You Need To Know To Achieve Success In Your Career* is part of a new book blog tour. I was excited to read the book as I’m interested in developing my selling skills, […]

Wheelchairs, Perjury & The London Marathon by Tim Marshall

Wheelchairs, Perjury & The London Marathon by Tim Marshall

I received the book Wheelchairs, Perjury & The London Marathon by Tim Marshall for my first blog tour. I like reading memoires, so I was eager to read this one too. The book was published last year, but I didn’t know about it, although I […]

The Great Fire of London by Samuel Pepys

The Great Fire of London by Samuel Pepys

If you don’t like reading personal diaries, then The Great Fire of London by Samuel Pepys is not the book for you. But, if you do, then is a fascinating recount of an important event in London’s history. I was intrigued by the Great Fire […]

Mein Kampf by Adolf Hitler

Mein Kampf by Adolf Hitler

Adolf Hitler wrote Mein Kampf in two volumes. First one has the sub title “A Retrospect”, and the second one “The National Socialist Movement”. As you can imagine, in the first volume he talks about his childhood, his years in Vienna, Munich. It also talks […]