Posts Tagged ‘England’

Book Review: Soccernomics by Simon Kuper and Stefan Szymanski

. I especially liked the many anecdotes the authors give along with the points they are trying to make, instead of just giving a few tidbits here and there, or worst, throwing names around.

Book Review: The Hawkman: A Fairy Tale of the Great War by Jane Rosenberg LaForge

The prose flows, the story is mystical and powerful at the same time

Graphic Novel Review: James Bond: Kill Chain by Andy Diggle

The artwork is excellent, this is the way I imagined James Bond to be when I was reading the Ian Fleming novels.

Book Review: World Without End by Ken Follett

As in the first book, I loved the historical research and detailed portrayal of the Middle Ages in England.

Book Review: How to Stop Time by Matt Haig

Tom Hazzard is aging slowly, about one year for every ten of a regular human. He has lived for centuries, known Shakespeare, sailed with Captain Cook and fell in love.

Book Review: The Last Days of Oscar Wilde by John Vanderslice

The whole book Mr. Wilde searching for inner peace. No matter where he goes, what he tries, and who he meets, this search is front and center during the narrative.

Book Review: Jan by Peter Haden

This book has everything one wants, intriguing characters, action, espionage and some romance

Book Review: The Silver Music Box by Mina Baites

Ms. Baites created an interesting narrative, combining it with informative information and fascinating characters

Book Review: Colonel Sun by Robert Markham

About: Colonel Sun by Robert Markham is the first novel featuring secret agent James Bond, 007, not written by Ian Fleming. Robert Markham is actually the pseudonym of Kingsley Amis, the book was published six years after the death of Ian Fleming. Paperback: 196 pages Publisher: Bantam; paperback My rating for Colonel Sun– 3 Buy Colonel Sun from Amazon.com* […]

Graphic Novel Review: James Bond: Black Box by Benjamin Percy

James Bond: Black Box by Benjamin Percy (art by Rapha Lobosco) is a solid entry into Dynamite’s Bond library even though the plot is weak and predictable, but well written

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