Boardman does a fine job covering the evolution of the bicycle, from the very first "bone shakers" to the many types of bikes available now.
Tag: non fiction
At first the novel comes across as an easy to read Mills and Boon like romance tale. But once I read more about the terrible situation in the prison camp and the small actions that can make a difference whether you live or die I soon appreciated it …
This is definitely for railway enthusiasts but readers with an interest in business management will also find it fascinating.
Inside the Trump Whitehouse I was drawn to this book by its notoriety. After barely making it past the first chapter I just couldn’t read any more. Rarely do I give up on a book, but if you aren’t enjoying a book then why bother? It’s badly written …
It’s always interesting to learn about where highly creative people come from and their environment that helps to shape them.
A fascinating look into the world of the Australian rock scene in the 70's and 80's told by Jimmy Barnes.
A look at the gentlemen behind the popular image of Queen Victoria. It's a good case study of how biased editing can shape a public figure's image.
Learning about the demise of Australia's favourite car, the Holden.
An excellent read that immerses the reader in the life of Queen Victoria and the era she ruled in.
A brief but hard to follow (due to having to refer to a dictionary many times) look at Queen Victoria's life. More of a commentary than a complete look. Those who don't know the background to the story will find many holes.