Just finished reading the book “East of Croydon” by Sue Perkins.
What an amazing and beautifully written book, I have to say I was hooked the moment I started reading it. The way it’s written just draws you in and makes you feel you are right there with Sue on location, just without the smells , it’s written in such a way it that you feel that Sue is talking directly to you personally as you accompany her on her adventures.
Reading this book has been an absolute joy, it’s made me laugh out loud, it’s made me quietly shed a tear when no one else was looking. A wonderful thing it has done thouugh is remind me how much I love reading books and re-ignite my desire to read more.
Thank you Sue Perkins.
I am really looking Forward to reading her book “Spectacles a memoir” which I hope to get for my birthday so while I am waiting I will be reading a book that has been reccomended to me called “The Secret Barrister, stories of the Law and how it’s been broken” described by the Observer as Terrifying……..Hilarious………Eye-opening. Writen by?
ISBN 078-1-5098-4114-1 Published by Picador.
Enjoy the rest of the May Bank Holiday
Look after each other, all the best, Gary