Philippa reviews “The Darling Buds of May’ by H E Bates, “The Mothers” By Sarah Naughton, “Rules for Perfect Murders” by Peter Swanson and “Fair Warning” (Audiobook version) by Michael Connelly. Which will be her Book of the Week?
Philippa reviews some marvellous books including: “The Shelf” By Helly Acton, “Seven Lies” by Elizabeth Kay, “The Fate of Ten” by Pittacus Lore, “The Cockroach” by Ian McEwan and “The Tales of Beedle the Bard” by J K Rowling, the audible exclusive version. Which will be her book of the week?
In this episode Philippa reviews “The Curator” by M W Craven (out next month), “Flake” by Matthew Dooley (Graphic Novel), “Cows” by Dawn O’Porter (Paperback), “Beating About The Bush” by M C Beaton (Hardback) and “The Jane Austen Society” by Natalie Jenner (Audiobook). Such fun!
In this episode Philippa reviews: Audiobook “The Split” by Sharon Bolton, Graphic Novel “Locke & Key - Welcome to Lovecraft” by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez, Hardback “Strangers” by C L Taylor, Paperback “Liar in the Library” by Simon Brett and Hardback “All That’s Dead” by Stuart Macbride.
In this episode Philippa does a RAINBOW stack of book reviews, which will make more sense if you see the picture on social media! This rainbow stack includes “The Wife” by Meg Wolitzer (Red), “Kill The Father” by Sandrone Dazieri (Orange), “One” by Sarah Crossan (Yellow), “And The Rest Is History” by Jodi Taylor (Green), “The Gods of Guilt” by Michael Connelly (Blue), “Lost Girls” by Angela Marsons (Indigo-ish) and finally “Hell’s Corner” by David Baldacci (Violet). What rainbow stack of good books can you make?
In this episode Philippa recounts an embarrassing event (apologies - it wasn't her greatest moment) and reviews “Fifty Fifty” by Steve Cavanagh, “Deadland” by William Shaw, “”Kingdom of the Wicked” by Derek Landy, “The Three Musketeers” featured by the Classics Illustrated, “Paper Girls - Volume 3” by Brian K Vaughan and Cliff Chiang, “Alex & Ada” by Jonathan Luna and Sarah Vaughn, and the book she is currently reading; “Strangers” by C L Taylor”.
In this episode Philippa reviews "Ash Mountain" by Helen Fitzgerald, "The Outcast Dead" by Elly Griffiths, "All In Her Head" by Nikki Smith and the graphic novel "Injection" by Ellis, Shalvey & Bellaire. Plus the book she has just started to read: "Fifty Fifty" by Steve Cavanagh.
In this episode Philippa comes clean about what she had planned for the podcast and her change of mind. She reviews 4 books: "The Fallout" by Rebecca Thornton, "Magpie Lane" by Lucy Atkins, "Logging Off" by Nick Spalding and "Blood Heir" by Amelie Wen Zhao.
Audiobooks and bookclubs - don’t give them up! In this episode Philippa reviews paperback “Trumpet” by Jackie Kay and hardback “Becoming” by Michelle Obama as well as audiobooks: "The Hobbit" - BBC Radio Dramatisation, "The Fellowship of the Ring" - BBC Radio Dramatisation, “Blott on the landscape” by Tom Sharpe and “Cragside” by L J Ross.
In this episode Philippa talks about how to get your reading mojo back at this difficult time. Books include: “Our little Cruelties” by Liz Nugent, “The Music Shop” by Rachel Joyce, “Keeper” by Jessica Moor and “The Hold Out” by Graham Moore.