A raunchy tale of ten couples in Tarbox, a New England town, who discretely swap partners.
A nostalgic look at the past, with homoerotic undercurrents and asks questions about faith and faithfulness.
A history of Britain from Boudica to William the Conqueror, inevitably brief but backed by as much evidence as possible, and will still challenge and surprise.
- Author: Alan, Cooper, Robert Reimann, and David Cronin
- Publisher: Wiley
- Classification: Interaction Design
An in-depth look at Interaction Design, which covers best practices and will, ultimately, end up on the book shelves of most designers.
- Author: Terry Pratchett
- Publisher: Corgi
- Classification: Discworld
Pratchett’s most cowardly and loved character is back in this, the fifth Discworld novel. And he still can’t spell wizard…
Penguin Shorts offers readers a wide range of fiction and non-fiction – including memoirs, novellas, long-form journalism, essays, stories, history, politics and science
This is a new section to the site where I’m going to post books that I’m planning on reading or reviewing shortly.
The life of an ex-sport superstar who’s fear of his now second rate life drives him to run, leaving his loved ones behind.
Book three of this immense trilogy continues in the same vain as the other books. What a truly epic series this is.
10 World War II Spitfire fighter pilots talk about their experiences as part of 66 Squadron. Of the 10, 5 were dead before the book was published.