Tag Archives | unreliable narrator
Read for this year’s RIP event. Part of The Estella Society’s readalong, although a much delayed addition. The story opens […]
Posted on 7 October 2012 | By Fence | 4 responses
I have no idea what to say about this book. I have no idea what it is all about. But […]
Posted on 10 June 2012 | By Fence | 2 responses
Received free from NetGalley “Verity” has been captured by the Germans. Held in a converted hotel in France she is […]
Posted on 10 May 2012 | By Fence | 7 responses
Martin Kobel specialises in helping people. That’s his job, as a therapist, people in need come to him and he helps them. And when he bumps into Annabelle Young at a cafe he sees in her someone he can help. But she hasn’t asked him for help, he passes her his card, hoping that will prompt her to ask for assistance. That doesn’t work. And she is a teacher, her trouble could easily damage a whole class of young impressionable children. He has to do something.
Posted on 25 May 2011 | By Fence | 4 responses
ISBN: 9780575088078 The Kingkiller Chronicle, Day two Read for the Once Upon a Time V reading challenge, see what every […]
Posted on 28 April 2011 | By Fence | 3 responses
by Dan Simmons
On the 9th of June, 1865, ten passengers were killed when a train crashed at Staplehurst. Among the passengers who survived the disaster was the novelist Charles Dickens. Meeting his friend, Wilkie Collins, soon afterwards Dickens describes a strange individual he came across at the site of the crash. This man, Drood, is to drag both Dickens and Collins into the depths of Victorian London’s criminal and poverty stricken underbelly. Will he also lead to murder and insanity?
Posted on 17 November 2010 | By Fence | 10 responses
ISBN: 009975181x Read with HistoricalFavorites Marco da Cola, gentleman of Venice, respectfully presents his greetings. This was a wonderful read. […]
Posted on 12 September 2010 | By Fence | 4 responses
Author: Brunonia Barry
When I first started reading this book I’ll admit to being a little bit confused. It was group read, for HistoricalFavorites, where was the history aspect. I kept waiting for flashbacks to old Salem and witch hunts. But instead I got the story of Towner Whitney and her family, and how the past is always around, especially when you try to ignore it.
Many of the Whitney family have the gift of reading lace, they can tell a lot about a person and their future, but ever since her sister committed suicide Towner has tried to escape that life. She herself suffered so much from the trauma of that experience that she felt she needed electro-shock therapy in order to overcome her anxieties. But that treatment ripped away many of her memories; now, back in Salem after her aunt’s disappearance Towner is forced to reconnect with people; friends and enemies from her past.
Posted on 4 May 2010 | By Fence
ISBN: 9781846551420 I am not the sort of man who goes to prostitutes. Well, I suppose that every man would […]
Posted on 7 December 2008 | By Fence | 2 responses
ISBN: 057120516x ; Other Reviews The narrator of this book, Christopher Banks, is a renowned detective in the 1930′s. One […]
Posted on 22 November 2008 | By Fence
Peter Sinclair is 29, and, following his girlfriend’s attempted suicide he runs away from London, to the countryside. There he […]