A bit of history, a bit of virology, some practical theology and six murder mysteries.
Four murder mysteries, three science-fiction books, one military history and a book on depression: last month’s reading.
On overview of what I’ve read this month – too many murders!
Some good history, some real history, a bit of alternative history and a few novels; this month’s reading.
Two good church history books, some indifferent missiology, some awful science fiction and a book about vets in North Yorkshire; February’s reading.
Some brief remarks on the books I have read this month.
Three cracking good science-fiction novels, two so-so detective ones and a surprising (and accidental) missiology discovery.
Two military biographies, one dreadful novel, one good novel, one amazing novel and book about running silly distances: my take for this month.
You may already have read The Hunger Games (Hunger Games Trilogy), or perhaps seen the first film in the series (the second one is just out) and so you know what the story is all about. For those who are not aware of it, the story is set in a dystopian future with a repressive government… Read More »
Over the past few weeks, during a dose of shingles, I’ve been raiding the Kindle store for cheap or free books to give me something easy to read. Here are my brief thoughts on a few of them. Death of a Snob (Hamish Macbeth): the pick of the bunch. A pleasing Agatha Christie like mystery… Read More »