For this review, I reached back in the past and plucked out this piece of classic literature: The Lost World by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Arthur Conan Doyle, of course, is well known for Sherlock Holmes. The Lost World wasn’t as successful as Sherlock Holmes, but it did inspire a TV series The Lost World […]Read more "Artz on Books: The Lost World by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle"
It took me quite a while to choose my next book. I searched the best-selling on kindle, searched for sci-fi, for fantasy all without really knowing what it was I wanted. Last year I read some Haruki Murakami novels and seems as I enjoyed those, I decided I’d try another one of his. However I […]Read more "Artz on Books – Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishguro"
This review looks at another debut novel: The Miniaturist by Jessie Burton. This book may have received high praise from The Guardian and The Independent but one questioned it’s authenticity, and the other found the references to modern issues of sexuality jarring with the 17th century setting. I felt these criticisms were a little harsh. […]Read more "Artz in Books: The Miniaturist"
As part of my attempt to make the most out of my new kindle, I checked out a site that presented a list of the best free kindle books. I’d always been unsure about free fiction, but with help from the site I chose a book that had promise: Origins by S.E Meyer. A quick […]Read more "Artz on Books: Should Self-Publishing Exist? (A Review of Origins by S.E. Meyer)"
Hey! I’m Rebecca and I’ll be reviewing some books for you! I will be reading a variety of novels (classic and modern) so if you like reading keep watch and see what comes about. Hope you enjoy. First off, we have winner of the Costa Prize 2014, Elizabeth is Missing. This debut novel by Emma […]Read more "Artz on Books – Elizabeth is Missing"