C. Plunkett

Top Reviewer Ranking: 9,134
Helpful votes received on reviews: 99% (80 of 81)
Location: Brighton UK



Top Reviewer Ranking: 9,134 - Total Helpful Votes: 80 of 81
Sometimes You Have to Bite the Dog: One Father's J&hellip by Sam Coleman
This is a beautifully written book about the authors experiences of fatherhood. It had me captivated from start to finish and brought a tear to my eye.
Essential reading for all parents, In this honest and heartfelt book the author shares the emotions he feels at his daughter's birth, how life changes with the responsibility of becoming a father and oh so much more, that I won't spoil by revealing here.
Sam Coleman is a talented writer and poet with a gift for putting into words the intimate details of his life and the book is a testament to his love for his daughter, who I'm certain will love reading it when she grows up.
I particularly liked the structure of the book that… Read more
Cleaver Square (A DCI Morton Crime Novel) by Sean Campbell
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great crime writing, 12 Feb 2014
I'm already a big fan of Daniel and Sean Campbell having read and thoroughly enjoyed their previous book Dead on Demand.
Cleaver Square had me reading late into the night and the story was so compelling and well written I simply couldn't put it down.
For me it has all the ingredients for a great crime story - A mystery that as a reader I cared about finding the solution to, believable characters, clever subplots, unique story line, fast pace, attention to detail and of course the all important grand finale, where the case is solved and the wrongdoers apprehended.
On all accounts I was not disappointed.
As a reader I enjoy books from the crime genre but don't like too… Read more
A Sacred Journey by Doreen Cox
A Sacred Journey by Doreen Cox
I was totally captivated by this beautifully written story of Leah and her final sacred journey.
The author has expertly crafted this story to create a mystical tale of Leah and the animals in the forest, which contrasts brilliantly with the seekers who come into the story with little understanding of such things. Doreen Cox very cleverly hints at the end of the book that it is not just Leah who has been on a sacred journey and that the seekers themselves eyes are opened to some of the amazing mysteries of life, love and death.
As a reader I was transported into the forest with Leah and her animal companions and loved how the humans attempts to find Leah were thwarted by the… Read more

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