Dirty Dozen Book Reviews
I've collected short reviews of the last twelve audiobooks I listened to through Netgalley and decided it's time to share them. I hope you enjoy and grab a copy of those that pique your attention. "Fatal First Edition" by Jenn McKinlay is the latest addition to the...
Step into my Slippers on 31 May 2024
Slipper Day, Reach For A Dream's biggest fundraiser, returns on 31 May 2024, promising a day filled with warmth, generosity, and fun - all in support of children with life-threatening illnesses. This year, Reach For A Dream and their partners bring you the chance to...
Ten Things About Champagne
There are ten essential insights into the world of Champagne to prepare you for the upcoming Johannesburg Cap Classique, Champagne & Bubbles Festival, slated for May 17th and 18th at the Inanda Polo Club in Sandton. Protected Origins: Only wines crafted within the...
Book review: Bad Blood by Tobin Elliott
"Bad Blood" by Tobin Elliott is an enthralling journey into the depths of a young girl's tumultuous emotions, set against the backdrop of a family in turmoil. I received an audio review copy of this book, and it was a captivating two-an-a-half hours. The year is 1975,...
Dirty Dozen Book Reviews

Dirty Dozen Book Reviews

I've collected short reviews of the last twelve audiobooks I listened to through Netgalley and decided it's time to share them. I hope you enjoy and grab a copy of those that pique your attention. "Fatal First Edition" by Jenn McKinlay is the latest addition to the...

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A quick little James Patterson twofer

A quick little James Patterson twofer

It's been a while since I did a book review, and Louisa shared these two James Patterson quick reviews with me. 12 Months To Live By James Patterson and Mike Lupica The main character, Jane Smith, a criminal defence attorney, has a lot going on in her private which...

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2023 Goodreads review

2023 Goodreads review

Image by starline on Freepik My Goodreads goal for this year was to read 150 books, very achievable thanks to audiobooks, which allow me to knit or do chores while reading. And don't come at me with "that's cheating". You read with your mind, not eyes or ears, which...

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Book Review: Racing with Rich Energy

Book Review: Racing with Rich Energy

If you're an F1 fan or simply interested in the world of motorsports, Racing with Rich Energy: How a Rogue Sponsor Took Formula One for a Ride is a must-read book that will take you on an exhilarating ride. Written by Elizabeth Blackstock and Alanis King, this...

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Book Review: Max Verstappen

Book Review: Max Verstappen

As a Formula One enthusiast, I am always on the lookout for books that offer a unique perspective on the sport and its iconic drivers. "Max Verstappen: The Inside Track on a Formula One Star" by James Gray, narrated by Finlay Robertson, is one such book that left me...

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Book Review: How to be an F1 Driver

Book Review: How to be an F1 Driver

If you're a fan of Formula One racing, Jenson Button's book, "How to be an F1 Driver: My Guide to Life in the Fast Lane," is a must-read. This captivating memoir takes readers on an exhilarating journey through the world of Formula One racing, providing insights,...

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A bumper edition of book reviews

A bumper edition of book reviews

It's been a while since our last round of book reviews. And as always, these titles were sent to me by the wonderful people over at Penguin Random House. Image by storyset on Freepik James Patterson & Brian Sitts: THE PERFECT ASSASSIN Prof. Savage is forced into a...

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Review: The Mechanic’s Tale

Review: The Mechanic’s Tale

The Mechanic's Tale, written by former F1 mechanic Steve Matchett, is a riveting and insightful book that provides readers with a behind-the-scenes look at the world of Formula One racing. It is a must-read for anyone interested in motorsports or the engineering...

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