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This is where I  list my British Books Challenge 2017 reviews …

Traitor to the Throne : Alwyn Hamilton … brilliant, pacey sequel to Rebel of the Sands …

From Darkest Skies : Sam Peters … absorbing SF/crime thriller …

A Symphony of Echoes : Jodi Taylor … great fun alt. history …

The Burning Page : Genevieve Cogman … spirited helter skelter adventure …

Jackself : Jacob Polley … like citrus in winter … Poetry

The Queen of the Tearling : Erika Johansen … brilliant page turner …

Gilded Cage : Vic James … absorbing and compelling ..

Meetings with Remarkable Manuscripts : Christopher de Hamel  … 12 rich slices of history … Non-fiction

Norse Mythology : Neil Gaiman … whiff of the mead hall …the sinews of something more …

Lost for Words : Stephanie Butland … quirky and attractive first person narrative …

Beetle Queen : MG Leonard … evil fashionista Lucretia Cutter is back …

S.T.A.G.S : MA Bennett … cracking page turner …

Godblind : Anna Stephens brilliant grimdark fantasy …

Strange Magic : Syd Moore ... great fun, witchy mystery …

Collecting the World. The Life and Curiosity of Hans Sloane : James Delbourgo … enjoyable, fascinating history … Non-fiction

Blackwing : Ed McDonald … … tremendous addition to the grimdark genre … 

Thornhill : Pam Smy … perfectly paced and otherworldly …

The Lost Words : Robert Macfarlane & Jackie Morris … enchanting spells conjuring up nature …

This British Books Challenge 2017 is run by Chelley Toy over at www.talesofyesterday.co.uk

 

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