My friend's dad lent me two books: Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Travels in Small Town America, and Terry Pratchett's The Wee Free Men. I am pretty new to Terry Pratchett, after borrowing Equal Rites from another friend a few months ago, but I enjoyed my first foray into the Discworld and am excited to read more!
I have read some Bill Bryson before, but it's a long time ago. As someone whose entire academic life thus far (and it's been a long time, guys) has revolved around the United States, and having spent a year living in the States, it's always nice to visit it again through someone else's eyes. I have had a hankering to delve back into travel writing lately, and have just discovered Summersdale Books' range of travel publications, some of which I have my eye on!
Reviews posted this week:
Agatha Christie - Cat Among The Pigeons (9/10)
Upcoming reviews: I have reviews of A Feast For Crows by George R. R. Martin coming up this week, as well as a review of Sarah Dessen's Just Listen.