Audiobook

Reviews of books in this format:

The Gameshouse by

This was one of those fortunate finds. It was on an offer and I wanted to find three books to take advantage of it. The blurb for this one sounded interesting. Actually this is three shorter books rolled into one. It consists of The Serpent, The Thief and The Master. The first follows a woman – Read the rest of this review

Das Reboot by

Reading the synopsis, what I was expecting was a chronological run-through of the steps that led to the Germans winning the World Cup in 2014. The steps are probably covered, but the book’s format means it’s hard to pick them out. We jump around the timeline so often I had difficulty keeping track of where – Read the rest of this review

Shift by

I like the author of this series a lot, which was what prompted me to listen to and persist through the second of his trilogy, which started with Wool. I’d found the first book a little underwhelming after all the hype, so the remaining books in the trilogy weren’t exactly something I had been drawn – Read the rest of this review

The Ascent Of Rum Doodle by

At 40,000-and-a-half-feet, Rum Doodle is the highest peak in the world and a team of experienced climbers is assembled at the request of Sir Hugeley Havering with the aim of reaching the summit. The story of their expedition, told by the team’s leader, is what forms the basis of the book. As you can tell, this is a – Read the rest of this review