March 2024 TBR

February has passed at about 19,000 miles an hour and suddenly it is TBR time again. It is a little bit longer this time so here we go:

 

Other Books

Hermit – Jade Angeles Fitton

Breath: The New Science of a Lost Art – James Nestor

Why Women Grow – Alice Vincent

Cold Fish Soup – Adam Farrer

Very British Problems: Still Awkward, Still Raining – Rob Temple

Very British Problems: The Most Awkward One Yet – Rob Temple

 

Review Books

Black Ghosts – Noo Saro-Wiwi

Now is the Time to Know Everything – Simon Moreton

Minor Monuments – Ian Maleney

The House Divided: Sunni, Shia and the Making of the Middle East – Barnaby Rogerson

Cornish Horrors: Tales from the Land’s End – Ed. Joan Passey

Scenes from Prehistoric Life: From the Ice Age to the coming of the Romans – Francis Pryor

Human Origins: A Short History – Sarah Wild

 

Library Books

Where The Seals Sing – Susan Richardson

One Thousand Shades Of Green: A Year In Search Of Britain’s Wild Plants – Mike Dilger

The Spymasters: How The CIA’s Directors Shape History And The Future – Chris Whipple

Secret Britain: A Journey Through The Second World War’s Hidden Bases And Battlegrounds – Sinclair McKay

Spring Rain – Marc Hamer

The Rosewater Insurrection – Tade Thompson

Sea of Tranquility – Emily St. John Mandel

 

Poetry

Modern Fog – Chris Emery

Any that you like the look of from the books above? Let me know in the comments below

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6 Comments

  1. Penny Hull

    Have read a few of them.
    Loved Sea of Tranquility (fiction!!) although I didn’t think it quite as good as Station Eleven.

    • Paul

      That is good to know, would you highly rate the ones you have read? Station Eleven was excellent, and have high hopes for this. I am reading more fiction at the moment as I have lots of it here and can read it really really quickly

  2. Penny Hull

    Cold Fish Soup and Why Women Grow were both very good.
    I liked the sound of the Francis Pryor book but couldn’t get into it at all.
    You are lucky to be a fast reader – I’m not!

    • Paul

      Why Women Grow was a charity shop find! And you kindly sent me Cold Fish Soup

  3. Liz Dexter

    I’ll be interested to hear what you think of Human Origins: A Short History – I have reviewed it for Shiny but I found it took me quite a long time to get through!

    • Paul

      I will let you know in due course!

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