The classic story of how revolutions can go wrong, told in a fairy tale of farm animals who take over the farm.
A story about defence, intelligence and crisis management in the middle of an attempt to start a conflict between North and South Korea; and even Japan.
A book commuters can relate to! Originally published as The Commuters this mystery is ideal for the commuter and train buff. Related Images:
This was the first book I read using Aldiko book reader on my Samsung S2. Not a bad way to go, especially at night as no reading light is needed. I think paper pages are easier on the eyes though. There are many free classics available, and having …
Storm Warning, by Jack Higgins (Book – 1976) An excellent read to take away the boredom of travel. The author keep you interested throughout with dramatically described action scenes. The story is about a group of nuns who board the Barquentine Deutschland to escape Brazil towards the end of World …
This novel was the basis for The Towering Inferno. The main story is the same but there was more action included in the movie.
Leaving Bondi, by Robert G. Barrett (Book – 2000)-fiction A fun read by Robert Barrett, very Aussie; and it’s Sydney roots are very distinct in the writing style.
Catch 22 was one the strangest books I have read. The first chapter seems normal with a number of laughs.
Another good read from Daphne Du Maurier. I didn’t enjoy this as much as Jamacia Inn as it was set in a more recent period than her other work.
The best book I have read to date! Very short it only took 2 days to get through it, but what a tale.