Things I read in February

Couldn’t not read ‘Go set a watchman’ after reading ‘To kill a mockingbird’ and I bloody loved it! Some people don’t, and they’re entitled to their incorrect opinion. Im no critic, so don’t know how to properly review a book, but I just enjoyed it so. Funny, moving, beautifully written and scratched that itch left after reading Mockingbird…

Island by David Almond was a lovely surprise, and I finished it in one sitting. Well written, characters I quickly came to care about and a tender tale of…hmm…fate? Coincidence? Happenstance? Whatever it was I enjoyed it and sometimes that is all that matters.

The Last Man graphic novel has been turned into an Amazing TV show, and im determined to finish the series before I watch it. I bloody love Brian K Vaughan, and his work on SAGA is one of my most favourite graphic novel series. Im enjoying this very much and do so wont anything post apocalyptic, although may might say as all men being dead bar one is less apocalypse and more blissful-everyday-is-like-Christmas.

What you reading this month?


Author: Michael

Husband, dad,(ex)programmer, comic collector and proud Yorkshireman. I have no idea why im here or why im writing but i rather enjoy it. no great fan of punctuation;

2 thoughts on “Things I read in February”

  1. I’ll have to get “Go Set a Watchman” – I read “To Kill a Mockingbird” years ago. With no internet last week for three days I couldn’t work two of the days so I finished “The Day the World Came to Town” (when all the planes coming into New York City were diverted to a tiny town in Newfoundland, Nova Scotia called “Gander” and “The Art of Racing in the Rain” (book is done as if written by a dog). Started another book “The House on Olive Street” before I got my internet back. So far, so good, kinda-sorta is chick lit so far, a group of women writers who are friends and gather regularly and one of them dies suddenly.

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