American Gods

Having adored Neil Gaiman’s Norse Mythology, and hearing they were making a TV series based on American Gods, which I fully intend to watch when I have a spare moment, I promptly went out and grabbed myself a copy of the book. Yes, I am one of those people. I have to read the book first…

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Watership Down

Richard Adams is an absolute master at giving animals human traits, and personalities that are so perfectly aligned you don’t realise that you’re seeing life through the eyes of a rabbit or a dog – you simply become lost in the story, facing the adversity these animals often have to overcome as they try to live side by side with human beings in an ever shrinking world.

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The Trouble with Lichen

In all honesty I picked up this book in a second hand store simply because the author is John Wyndham, and I love his works, which includes the famous The Day of the Triffids. I’m happy I did because I love this story! First published in 1960, the copy I have was re-printed in 1971 and does have the coolest cover I must say.

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