Saving the Seas in Future Sea | Book Review

【 FUTURE SEA 】 ★★★★★ An incredibly enlightening and captivating piece of non-fiction to open your eyes. Genre: Non-fictionAuthor: Deborah Rowan WrightPublished: October 2020Publisher: University of Chicago PressPages: 200 (hardback) I loved every second in this book, which feels like a huge achievement for non-fiction for someone who is predominantly a fiction reader. I've been … Continue reading Saving the Seas in Future Sea | Book Review

A History of the Necktie in Fry’s Ties | Book Review

【 FRY'S TIES 】 ★★★★★ Proof that Stephen Fry can write about anything and make it marvellous. Genre: Non-fiction, memoirAuthor: Stephen FryPublished: November 2021Publisher: Michael JosephPages: 320 (hardback) Review copy courtesy of Penguin Random House An entertaining history of the necktieThis was honestly such a great read! I love the way Fry writes and I … Continue reading A History of the Necktie in Fry’s Ties | Book Review

A Passion for Food in Last Shot | Book Review

【 LAST SHOT 】 ★★★★★ Genre: Non-fiction, MemoirAuthor: Jock ZonfrilloPublished: July 2021Publisher: Simon & SchusterPages: 336 (hardback) Content warning (click to see) drugs * difficult pregnancy * addiction Thanks to Simon & Schuster for a copy of this in exchange for an honest review First thoughts This book is an inspiration in tenacity. I could … Continue reading A Passion for Food in Last Shot | Book Review

DNF: A Promised Land | 38%

A Promised Landby Barack Obama DNF 38% Genre: Non-fiction, Political memoirAuthor: Barack Obama Published: November 2020Publisher: Crown Publishing GroupPages: 751 [hardback] Ach, nope. Couldn't do it. Tried really hard and loved the audiobook narration by Obama himself - but ultimately I found this tediously boring. Not my cup of tea, wasn't interested in the extreme … Continue reading DNF: A Promised Land | 38%

British Humour in More Fool Me | Spoiler-Free Review

More Fool Me by Stephen Fry Genre: Non-Fiction, Memoirs Author: Stephen Fry Published: September 2014 Publisher: Michael Joseph Pages: 388 [hardback] Review on Goodreads VERDICT: WORTH IT Initial Thoughts Upon Finishing This was an entertaining third instalment to Fry's memoirs. His writing is always such a delight to read and I really enjoy the last … Continue reading British Humour in More Fool Me | Spoiler-Free Review