Monthly Archives | January 2010
Today I begin a new meme, and hereby order you all to partake. Even you Anne, with your abandoned blog […]
Posted on 14 January 2010 | By Fence | 4 responses
Author: Siobhan Down ISBN: 9780099488163 DDC: 823.92 LibraryThing | Wikipedia | Siobhan Dowd Trust The place brought to mind a […]
Posted on 14 January 2010 | By Fence
Author: Patrick Ness
Chaos Walking #2
Okay, so I loved and adored the first book in this series, even with its horrible cliff-hanger of an ending. Luckily enough I had this one waiting at work, so I didn’t have long to wait before I found out about what happened next. If you haven’t read the first book you shouldn’t read this one. Just don’t. Put the book down and go look for The Knife of Never Letting Go, you really won’t have a clue what is going on if you don’t.
Just a word of warning, there are *mild* spoilers in this review.
Posted on 11 January 2010 | By Fence | 6 responses
Based on books by Arthur Conan Doyle IMDb ; Sherlock Holmes Guy Ritchie’s re-imagining of Sherlock Holmes is quite a […]
Posted on 10 January 2010 | By Fence
I didn’t get very far with my weekly photos last year. Only had 8 or so I think, judging by […]
Posted on 7 January 2010 | By Fence | 2 responses
Author: Patrick Ness ISBN: 9781406310252 DDC: 813.6 LibraryThing ; Wikipedia Chaos Walking # 1 The first thing you find out […]
Posted on 6 January 2010 | By Fence | 6 responses
by Julia Gregson
I wasn’t too sure about this book when I first started to read it. It didn’t quite grab my attention, and I wasn’t sure that I’d like any of the three main characters. But I persevered. And came to really quite enjoy it. The story is set in 1928, and our heroes are off to India. One to start a new life with her fiancée whom she really doesn’t know. One to serve as bridesmaid but really part of the “Fishing Fleet” off looking for a husband. And the third is looking for independence and a new life in an old home.
Posted on 4 January 2010 | By Fence
based on the book by Maurice Sendak I was never exposed to this book as a kid so didn’t have […]