D. J. Wilcox

Helpful votes received on reviews: 88% (7 of 8)
Location: Nottinghamshire


Top Reviewer Ranking: 230,138 - Total Helpful Votes: 7 of 8
Pigs Have Wings: (Blandings Castle) by P. G. Wodehouse
Yet again, the Empress of Blandings is under threat of being underhandedly treated by rivals in order for her to lose the fattest pig contest, along with the usual love trist. But it all turns out well in the end.
William Again - TV Tie-in edition (Just William TV&hellip by Richmal Crompton
5.0 out of 5 stars Good, innocent fun., 27 May 2014
Great to read these books again. They were originally for adults anyway. So funny in an innocent sort of way. My 1950s school memories were rekindled, as nothing had really changed from when tne books were first written.
Weeds: The Story of Outlaw Plants by Richard Mabey
I am very interested in nature and I garden for wildlife. Wildflowers that some people regard as 'weeds' (and that is their right to do so) are the mainstay of the flora in my wildlife garden, along with more 'cultivated' varieties. So to read about where many of these plants originated is fascinating to me. It lets me know I'm on the right track. I'd recommend this book to all those interested in wild plants and wildlife in general. I read it as an ebook on an original Kindle, so probably missed out on any quality illustrations, but this didn't detract from the book.