R. Sofair

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 83% (10 of 12)
Location: London, UK
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 979,362 - Total Helpful Votes: 10 of 12
The Accidental Time Traveller (Kelpies) by Janis Mackay
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A good read!, 27 Mar 2013
I saw this book advertised in the publisher's catalogue (Floris Books), and it lloked like a book that would appeal to me, and having read it, I was not wrong!
I thought it was a nice story, and it was a book I wanted to carry on reading to see what happens next! It is also a story that makes me think about what I would do if I came across someone from the past, or if I went back to the past.
The book itself is set in December 2012 and March 2013, so is right up to date, and the fact that it is set in a real place in Scotland lends it a sense of reality.
Eve (The Evening Wolf Stories Book 2) by Amelia Moore
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
This is Amelia Moore's second novel in her 'Evening Wolf' series. It is a prequel to the first novel 'Elizabeth', and is essentially of the life of Elizabeth's grandmother Eve (unlike 'Elizabeth', which is quite short, and only covers about a year in Elizabeth's life). It covers a period from 1864 to around 1945.

My main thought after finishing this book was: "what a life!", because Eve certainly experiences her fair share of drama, tragedy and hardship throughout her life, as she has to deal with the usual superstition/resentment from people in her village, and also certain authority figures.
I liked this book though because Eve is a person who one feels an empathy towards… Read more
Roland's Project (A Ghost Detective Story) (Roland&hellip by J P Davidson
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I have just read 'Roland's Project' all in one go, because it is the sort of book that makes you want to keep on reading to see how it all ends!
I also enjoyed this book because I could identify with the interests of Roland (the main character).
I think the book is aimed at slightly older children (10 years plus) but is equally enjoyable for adults.
I hope there is more 'Roland' to come!

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