Thursday, 30 April 2009

A Prisoner of Birth. By Jeffrey Archer.

Wow what a great story. I am a great fan of Jeffrey Archer not the person but what he writes. I thought this was one of best lately. I have read it very quickly I just could not put it down. I love the main character he was great and very believable the story just sweeps you along. It is the best book I have read in ages. I was chatting to a lady I know about books and I told her what I was reading and she said she would not read any of his books because of who he was. I would not deprive myself of such good stories because I do not like the person who wrote them. As I get most of my books from our local hospice charity shop he does not gain any money from me, so it's not so bad that way. If you get the chance read this one it's fabulous. Till next time which will not be long as I have just started a James Patterson/Andrew Gross book and you know how quickly you get through them. Love

Saturday, 18 April 2009

The Blue Zone. by Andrew Gross.

This is a new author for me a friend brought me this book while I was ill and by luck it was just my kind of read. The guy co-authors many books with James Patterson, this is his first solo flight. I really enjoyed this book it is about witness protection (the blue zone) something I had not read about before so it made a refreshing change of subject. I was told it was unputdownable and that was true it was great,and moved along at a fast pace. I read most of it sitting outside last weekend while we had some warm sunshine, pity winter returned with a cold easterly wind all the past week so no more reading in the sun as yet. I did read a few books in bed mostly rubbish which I will not bore you with but they were easy reading when my concentration was not at its best. If you get the chance try Andrew Gross sure you will enjoy this one. Till next time I hope we get some sun to read by. Love