Book Review: Encounters with Animals by Gerald Durrell

I first became aware of Durrell through My Family and Other Animals, his memoir about his childhood living in Greece. The hilarious book is filled with the misadventures of the Durrell clan but also captures young Gerald's growing fascination and love for nature. In adult life he would go on to work with animals, including … Continue reading Book Review: Encounters with Animals by Gerald Durrell

Book Review: Miss Marple’s Final Cases and Two Other Stories by Agatha Christie

Having recently been won over by Agatha Christie, I decided to tackle my least favourite of her characters, Miss Marple. I've seen TV adaptations of some of the books and while Christie herself favoured Marple, I'm not a fan. She just seems like a bit of a stuck up busybody, and any murderer she was … Continue reading Book Review: Miss Marple’s Final Cases and Two Other Stories by Agatha Christie

Book Review: The Trinity by Chris Philbrook

This is the seventh and penultimate instalment in Philbrook's Adrian's Undead Diary series, which follows our narrator as he attempts to survive after the dead rise. Unlike a lot of zombie stories, Philbrook has added a supernatural element to proceedings, with Adrian Ring, the ex-marine who keeps a journal being one of the key players … Continue reading Book Review: The Trinity by Chris Philbrook

Book Review: I’m Sorry, I Love You: A History of Professional Wrestling by Jim Smallman

Jim Smallman explains his choice of title near the start of this book, explaining that he chose the words delivered by Shawn Michaels to Ric Flair at WrestleMania XXIV, not only for their importance in the world of wrestling, but because they serve as his own words for a passion which for years he kept … Continue reading Book Review: I’m Sorry, I Love You: A History of Professional Wrestling by Jim Smallman