‘Flight Risk’ by Dr. Stephanie Green [Book Review]

I’ve just finished my second read in as many days; clearly the sunshine in France is doing wonders for my aptitude to devour books. Today’s offering, medical memoir Flight Risk by Dr. Stephanie Green, was quite different to the crime/thriller novel I reviewed yesterday, Nomad by James Swallow, but it was no less enthralling. Title: … More ‘Flight Risk’ by Dr. Stephanie Green [Book Review]

Book Haul: May 2018

To put it simply, my resolution of buying fewer books failed abysmally in May, but I have no regrets, just look at that beautiful collection of new books (I’d insert the hearts eyes emoji here if I could!) Even more excitingly, seven of this month’s haul are signed first editions, and you all know how much … More Book Haul: May 2018

Book Haul: April 2018

Following the blip that was my March 2018 Book Haul, I appear to be back on track with my bookish resolution of buying fewer books. Only three novels came into my possession this month, two of them signed, and one to add to my ever-expanding Jack Reacher collection. To be honest, I’d call that a resounding … More Book Haul: April 2018

‘Further Confessions of a GP’ by Dr. Benjamin Daniels [Book Review]

We are now nearing the end of April and I’ve only just finished my 3rd book of the year and the 2018 Reading Challenge. This reading slump has really hit me hard, and it appears to be sticking around for the foreseeable future, especially when it comes to reading fiction, so as a form of respite … More ‘Further Confessions of a GP’ by Dr. Benjamin Daniels [Book Review]