The Importance of Being Earnest


Oscar Wilde in 1889

Oscar Wilde in 1889 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The Importance of Being EarnestThe Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Me read Oscar Wilde? Shock, horror I hear you say, but even a year go I would’ve agreed with you. but then I got a Kindle as a present and everything changed. Now I read the classics like they’re books that have never been published before.Anyway nuff said, about “The importance of being Earnest”, very funny mixed with a hint of caution about being someone you’re not.

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New Site


Chances are the below post will be one of my last on here. I’m transferring over to another more fully functional WordPress.Org site, still with the same style reviews of books I’ve read and liked but with the added ability to buy books (of all kinds) not just fiction but textbooks and Kindle applications as well.

Hope you come over and take a look the URL is http:// http://www.jazabooks.co.uk

P.S. I’ll keep this site live for the time being all new reviews will go on the above site (see link on the left).

Alex Cross Trial


English: James Patterson Polski: James Patterson

English: James Patterson Polski: James Patterson (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Alex Cross's Trial (Alex Cross, #15)Alex Cross’s Trial by James Patterson

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This I feel is James Patterson at his best (although I acknowledge yet again it’s written with someone else). You can only imagine what the deep south was like in those days and getting proper justice must have been a trial in it’s self (no pun intended).
All in all a well written and thought out book.

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