The best thing about this book is that it is succinct, engaging and easy to read, not dry or heavy at all.
We Wish To Inform You That Tomorrow We Will Be Killed With Our Families by Philip Gourevitch: Dot Points
This is a must read for anyone interested in history, international politics or human rights, and I would venture to recommend it, even to those with no interest in these subjects.
Some chapters were easier to read than others, but overall this was a rather heavy read.
This was a favourite of mine as a young girl and I’m pleased to say it lost none of it’s magic this time around.
Good for those days when you don’t want anything too heavy.
This play is definitely worth reading, and I would like to see it performed sometime.
I don’t feel that not having read the previous books in the series detracted from my enjoyment in any way, nor did it affect my understanding of events.
I would definitely recommend this to anyone looking for a light but meaningful read.
This book is an easy read, but the characters are well written, reacting in believable ways to unbelievable situations.
This is a must read for all young girls and anyone with a daughter, sister or niece.
Warning: This book is very raw and emotional and families who have been through this ordeal may find it difficult to read.
A good read for those studying ‘Black History’ as well as those that really enjoy autobiographies.
The writing style in this memoir is average but the story more than makes up for it.
Black House is written with the flair and style typical of Stephen King, with a slightly different narrative style that I assume is the result of Straub’s influence.
This book was definitely worth reading.
An OK read but not a masterpiece.
this is one of the few cases where I believe the movie is just as rewarding as the book.
This is definitely well worth the time taken to read it.
A good beginners guide.
I don’t normally go for courtroom dramas, but this was definitely an exception. Written in an easy to read style, this book was nonetheless gripping from beginning to end.
My Story, Twentieth-Century Girl, The Diary of Flora Bonnington, London 1899-1900 by Carol Drinkwater
This book, written in diary form, tells what it would have been like as a young girl at the end of the nineteenth century.
From the dangerous to the harmless to the just plain wacky, Jon Ronson gives a humorous insight into those the world call ‘extremist’.
If you can ignore the comics, The Tenth Circle is definitely worth a read.
A great way to get kids interested in History.
This book is absolutely hilarious.
This is a great book for kids to learn about what life was like in London during the Great Plague of 1665.
Surprises around every corner, and a great storyline.
This is a hilarious book, quirky and uniquely Australian. Well worth reading.
This book started out a little slow, but it turned out to be a good book.