Reading Log (2015): Part One

Amongst other bookish things, my plan for this blog is to record and review my reading but, before I get going with all the books lined up for this year, I need to catch up with some of my reading from 2015.  So, this post and one or two to follow will briefly record these books with a few words on each.  Here goes:

The Boundless by Kenneth Oppel

BIBLIO_-_Boundless_front_coverStunning art work to go with a stunning book, which tells the story of  a murder on board a brilliantly imagined mega-train making its inaugural journey across the Canadian wilderness.  It’s packed with heart-racing adventures in, on, between and under the carriages as the train hurtles through the Rockies.

This was my first read of a Canadian author who deserves a big audience this side of the pond.   An absolute must-read.

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