Mrs. M. Kirk

Helpful votes received on reviews: 92% (44 of 48)
Location: Highland
In My Own Words:
Aspiring writer and self-confessed chocolate fiend. Oh, and inveterate purchaser of handbags :)


Top Reviewer Ranking: 75,276 - Total Helpful Votes: 44 of 48
Calum's Sword  (Inspired by the great Bernard Corn&hellip by Leigh Barker
Oh dear. This is not good, I'm afraid. No grasp of Scottish history at all, cardboard caricature characters - emulating Bernard Cornwell's panache and grasp of historical detail is less easy than it looks, I fear...
The Gospel of Loki by Joanne M Harris
The Gospel of Loki by Joanne M Harris
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Clever, quirky, effortless-seeming - oh, this is good stuff. It takes a special talent to make the Trickster, the Baldur-slayer an ultimately sympathetic character and breathe real life into the Norse pantheon. As always, I'm in awe of Ms Harris - and the one and two-star reviews bewilder me. I can see it's a departure from her previous style, but, er, I think it's called being versatile - and surely you might have worked that out from the blurb?
The Royal Confessor: A Father Neri Novelette by Kirsty Jane McCluskey
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Again, I was given an advance copy, and enjoyed it immensely. Won't post any spoilers, but I was immensely sad when it ended - though I suspect the fascinating Father Neri may be making a reappearance in future work by this author. Highly recommended.