The year is 1823 and Hugh Glass, a trapper for the Rocky Mountain fur company has been viciously mauled by a bear whilst attempting to hunt deer. The leader of the hunting party,Captain Andrew Henry decides that after three days of carrying him across water, land and mountains that Hugh Glass shall be left with … Continue reading The Revenant
Barefoot Runner by Paul Rambali. The life of Marathon Champion Abebe Bikila. Abebe Bikila was the first African to win a Gold medal in the Olympics. When he won … Continue reading Barefoot Runner
The year is 1943 and World War Two is currently destroying everything including buildings, cities, livelihoods and the finest works of art ever known to man. To add insult to injury the Germans are stealing art by the truck load from the museums and the private Jewish collectors. This book tells the story of the … Continue reading The monuments Men by Robert M Edsel.
Born to run by Christopher Mcdougall Born to run is a take on running now days, and if we should have kept the old ways. The author, Christopher, goes into the the … Continue reading Born To Run
James Bond has just finished his first term at Eton and is spending his holidays with his aunt, in Scotland. Whilst he is there he discovers that his nemesis from Eton George Hellebore and his Father have planted something in the lake, something that could act as a new biological weapon. I loved the original … Continue reading Young Bond: Silverfin
Teen Rating: A seriously complex book. Quite similar to Eragon or The Lord of the Rings, but even more gripping. 5/5 . 14+ . Continue reading The Way Of Kings-part 1
Dorian Gray was just an innocent and handsome young man who on occasion acted as a muse to his friend Basil Hallward. Dorian was perfectly contented with his life as a socialite. Until he met Lord Henry Wotton who taught him that the most important things in life are beauty and youth. It is then … Continue reading The picture of Dorian Gray By Oscar Wilde