Monthly Archives: September 2011


THE NIGHT CIRCUS by Erin Morgenstern – Review

THE NIGHT CIRCUS by Erin Morgenstern – Review
Posted 30 September, 2011 by Tammy in Reviews / 7 Comments

A contortionist folds herself into a tiny box.  A young girl’s gown changes from white to black in front of your eyes.  A magical ice garden waits to be explored within a black and white striped tent.  Welcome to the Night Circus, a place where imagination is real, and reality is whatever you can imagine. […]

A SPY AT HOME by Joseph Rinaldo – Review

A SPY AT HOME by Joseph Rinaldo – Review
Posted 28 September, 2011 by Tammy in Reviews / 4 Comments

A Spy at Home is not the kind of book I usually choose to read.  Nonetheless, as a new book review blogger it is flattering to be asked to review a book by a writer who visits your website. So I set off to read it, and discovered a new sub-genre: the international spy thriller/domestic […]

THE LAST WEREWOLF by Glen Duncan – Review

THE LAST WEREWOLF by Glen Duncan – Review
Posted 17 September, 2011 by Tammy in Reviews / 1 Comment

This is the first book I’ve ever read by Glen Duncan, and he’s written eight books. Where have I been? I wonder. I have a lot of catching up to do, because I loved this book. I love werewolf stories.  There is something appealing about a character who is compelled to commit monstrous acts, but […]