Moorland Wildlife

Villager Jim’s Moorland Wildlife Review First, a big thank you to White Owl books for sending me this beautiful book to review. This picture book portrays moorland wildlife in serene surroundings and vivid colors. It includes, various birds, cattle, horses, and sheep etc.. There are small captions that explain some of these beautiful creatures. Some…

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Kings of Georgian Britain

Kings of Georgian Britain by Catherine Curzon Review Kings of Georgian Britain follows the lives of George I, II, III and IV. This book examines the entirety of each King’s reign as well as the events that unfold and bring them to power. The book is divided into four acts and It’s laced with scandal…

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Tracing Your Ancestors’ Lives

Tracing Your Ancestors’ Lives by Barbara J. Starmans Review I think I have read two or three of these Tracing Your Ancestors’ series.  This one is the best I think, so far.  I have three more of these books lined up to read.  The information in this is very engaging and very helpful in giving…

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The British Seaside

By Lucinda Gosling Review This is a delightful collection of photographs of people enjoying the British seaside in the early part of the twentieth century. The pictures are excellent quality. I found myself combing these pictures, looking in the background to see what they are eating, what they are wearing. I am the kind of…

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Children In The Second World War

Children In The Second World War By Amanda Herbert-Davies Review This is a collection of first hand accounts of people that were children in WWII in England.  It details the normal day to day life of what went on during those horrible experiences and how they dealt with it. This is a engaging book. You…

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Warfare & Weaponry in Dynastic Egypt

Warfare & Weaponry in Dynastic Egypt by Rebecca Dean Review   This was so exciting for me.  I just watched Wonder Woman about two weeks ago and I have not been able to get some of the fighting scenes out of my head. In comes this book and I just want to scream, “Hell yeah,…

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The Art of Combat

The Art of Combat by Joachim Meyer Translated by Jeffrey L. Forgeng Review   This is a translation of a text that was written in 1570 by Joachim Meyer.  It is a full guide to German martial arts of the time. The introduction is very informative and gives historical details of the time that helps…

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Blood Singer Series (1-7)

The Blood Singer Series (books 1-7) by Cat Adams Review This series reminded me of the Hollows by Kim Harrison, but not as good.  Celia Graves is a security specialist who gets attacked one night by a bat (slang for vampire).  Once turned, she activates dormant powers of being a Siren.  For the rest of…

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Dragon’s Breath Series

Dragon’s Breath series: Dancing with Flames, Stalked by Flames, Forged by Flames, Christmas with Dragons by Susan Illene Review I was surprised by the Dragon’s Breath series.  I listened to this on Hoopla.  I was looking for something to listen to while I did chores around the house. This series popped up because I liked…

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Warden

Warden by Montana Ash Review This follows the journey of Max as she runs into a group of outcast knights headed up by a typical, brooding alpha-male named Ryker.  She has spent her life on the run and is invited by the ban of knights, who realize she is a “Warden”, to help her realize…

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