Tagged: publisher – Penguin

Notes to self by

This was my book club’s choice for May. I had heard about it before that and had meant to read it but hadn’t gotten around to...

Nought forever by

A long time ago I read the first three books in the Noughts and Crosses series by Blackman, and really, really enjoyed them. But for some...

The scandal by

also published as Beartown I was going to say that I recently read Backman’s breakout novel A man called Over, but then I checked the blog...

Mayhem by

Added to Mount TBR in March 2018 – I came across this book as it was longlisted for the 2018 Wellcome Book Prize. It sounded interesting...

Alone in Berlin by

translated by Michael Hofman Given all the tragedy, destruction, and horrors of World War II I don’t often stop to consider what life was like for...

War for the Oaks by

Emma Bull is an author I have been meaning to read for a long time. She was one of the first to start the whole sub-genre...

The Power by

First rec’d by Abigail Nussbaum – Strange Horizons When I first read about The Power I was both intrigued and a little put-off by the premise;...

Dragonbreath by

Dragonbeath #1 Danny Dragonbreath is having trouble with the whole Dragonbreath aspect of his name, in other words he hasn’t yet managed to breath fire. Keep...

The day we disappeared by

Another one from Mount TBR, recommended by Ellie of Curiosity killed the Bookworm. Kate is running away from her life. The stress of her life in...

Maplecroft by

Recommended by Kameron Hurley here and by this metafilter thread. Also part of my Once Upon a Time 9 reading, this, to me, fits within folklore,...

Riders of the purple sage by

Jane Withersteen is a single woman who wields power despite her Mormon faith. She should be married, have given up control of her ranch and her...