Finished reading: The Larmenius Inheritance by John Paul Davis πŸ“š


Currently reading: The Larmenius Inheritance by John Paul Davis πŸ“š


Currently reading: Buried by Alice Roberts πŸ“š


Finished reading: The Things You Find In Rockpools by Gregg Dunnett. Grab a free copy here πŸ“š

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Finished reading

Finished reading: How to Lose a Country: The 7 Steps from Democracy to Dictatorship by Ece Temelkuran πŸ“š

How to Lose a Country is an impassioned plea, a warning to the world that populism and nationalism don’t march fully-formed into government; they creep. There’s a lot about post-Brexit England that I recognised in the book that should concern us all.

As one of the panellists, I smiled bitterly as I thought about how all these brilliant journalists were yet to suffer the despair of realising that their tactics were akin to playing chess against a pigeon, as someone once described debating evolution with a creationist: the pigeon will just knock over all the pieces and shit on the board, then depart, proudly claiming victory and leaving the mess behind for you to clean up.


Currently reading: The Things You Find In Rockpools by Gregg Dunnett πŸ“š

Get your free copy here.


Finished reading: The Shadows of London (Joseph Bridgeman series, Book 2) by Nick Jones. I was lucky enough to have a pre-release copyπŸ“š


Finished reading: Hitman Anders and the Meaning of It All by Jonas Jonasson πŸ“š


Currently reading: Hitman Anders and the Meaning of it All by Jonas JonassonπŸ“š


Currently reading: The First Time Lauren Pailing Died by Rudd, Alyson πŸ“š


Finished reading: Cathedral by Ben Hopkins πŸ“š

Cathedral book cover