Smut Club read some smut! But was it any good?
A children’s classic with a reputation for breaking hearts – but what did Smut Club think of it?
A sci-fi classic we finally tackled at Smut Club – but what did we think?
My review of Truman Capote’s chilling non-fiction novel In Cold Blood.
June’s Book Club read was a collection of horror short stories by American author Fran Friel.
The May read at Smut Club was George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four.
Not going to lie, it wasn’t my favourite.
Reviewed as part of my British Books Challenge 2017.
A double Book Club catch up after missing last month due to crazy busy life getting in the way of our nerd-gathering!
The February 2017 Book Club read was The Grimm Legacy by Polly Schulman, a young teen read that was lots of fun. The Grimm Legacy is the first book in what I believe is a trilogy and was a super easy read. The story follows Elizabeth, a girl who, in true fairy-tale style, lives with…… Continue reading Book Club Reads #5 – The Grimm Legacy
The January 2017 Book Club read was English Passengers by Matthew Kneale, a book I would never had chosen to pick up for a multitude of reasons. English Passengers is a historical fiction novel set around the 1850s and the British ‘settling’ of Tasmania. The Reverend Geoffrey Wilson is determined to prove that the Garden…… Continue reading Book Club Reads #4 – English Passengers
‘In my experience once bad luck gets started on a man it will go on, and Captain Clarke of the coast guard cutter HMS Dolphin was bad luck pure as air. As his vessel bore down at us I had hopes we might catch some addled old gent thinking of his retirement, all belly and…… Continue reading Tidbit Tuesday – English Passengers