I was able to get quite a bit of reading done while in New Zealand. I read three books I had downloaded onto my Kindle - one of them partly on the plane on the way over. The rest of the books were from my Dad's library and I tried to read a mixture of genres and enjoyed most of them.
Kindle book (image from Google)
Kindle Book (image from Google)
Not books to read if you like 'happy' endings, but I still enjoyed both these Ted Allbeury books and it was the first time I had read any written by him.
This was a little strange, but interesting. Written by a New Zealander who had first hand experience of what it was like during the Second World War.
Relatively short and easy to read, a little different again.
Kindle book (Google image)
I am quite enjoying these books, easy paced, different from the series but worth reading in my opinion unless you are expecting the same as the television version.
I enjoyed this more than I thought I would, although it did take me a little while to get into it. Was amazing to read about the drive of the young boys who grew up to establish such a name for themselves with such enthusiasm and belief in what they were doing.
Loved this book! About the life of a Dunnock and the other animals in the valley.
This was a bit weird - not as good as his other books and it jumped around a bit too much for my liking. I ended up skimming over sections of it.