READING NOTES: #MiserablesMay group read, Vol. 4

Yes, yes. I know. We're now 1/3 of the way into June, and here I am just finishing up Volume 4 of Victor Hugo's "Les Misérables" for a May group read. Emma at the Terror of Knowing and Liz at Travel in Retrospect, who hosted #MiserablesMay, have been nothing but understanding about the fact that … Continue reading READING NOTES: #MiserablesMay group read, Vol. 4

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BLOG TOUR: “Ungentlemanly Warfare” by Howard Linskey (Review)

Many thanks to Random Things Tours for the opportunity to participate in this blog tour, featuring the World War II-era espionage thriller "Ungentlemanly Warfare" by Howard Linskey. This book from No Exit Press was just released today! Synopsis A soldier and a spy, an officer but not quite a gentleman... Captain Harry Walsh is SOE’s … Continue reading BLOG TOUR: “Ungentlemanly Warfare” by Howard Linskey (Review)

READING NOTES: #MiserablesMay group read, Vol. 3 (with spoilers)

Every week I'm falling farther behind on finishing volumes of The Brick. In case you haven't been paying attention, I'm participating in a group read of "Les Misérables" by Victor Hugo. It's hosted by Emma at The Terror of Knowing and Liz at Travel in Retrospect. Thank you both; you've sufficiently ruined my life. [Need … Continue reading READING NOTES: #MiserablesMay group read, Vol. 3 (with spoilers)

READING NOTES: #MiserablesMay group read, Vol. 1 (with spoilers)

Never did I ever think I'd be attempting to read "Les Misérables" again, yet here we are. I blame Emma over at The Terror of Knowing for luring me back to The Brick, which I first tried to read in 2016-17ish. It's OK, though. Reading something overwhelming like this deserves to be blogged about, and … Continue reading READING NOTES: #MiserablesMay group read, Vol. 1 (with spoilers)