Summer Series: Review

This should keep me busy for a while...

This should keep me busy for a while…

As I mentioned in my post on Saturday, it’s summer in my part of the world and without uni to keep me busy I finally have a chance to read all the books that have been piling up over the year. The plan is to review one of these books every Monday between now and February. I’ll be looking at plot, characters, style, storytelling and overall impressions as well as letting you know how I found out about these books, where I got them and where you can find out more about them.

Royal Exile (Valisar: Book 1) Fiona McIntosh

Tyrant’s Blood (Valisar: Book 2) Fiona McIntosh

Madame Bovary Gustave Flubert

Taliesen (Book 1 of the Pendragon Cycle) Stephen R. Lawhead

Merlin (Book 2 of the Pendragon Cycle) Stephen R. Lawhead

The Fault in our Stars John Green

Shirley Charlotte Bronte

Midnight’s Children Salman Rushdie

Grantia V.123 Best of Young British Novelists 4

Kristin Lavransdatter Sigrid Undset

The Courier’s Tale Peter Walker

The Pagan Lord Bernard Cornwell

The Walls of Byzantium James Heneage

The Raven’s Shadow (Trinity) Elspeth Cooper

Wordsmiths and Warriors David and Hilary Crystal

The Gallery of Vanished Husbands Natasha Solomons

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