The ODESSA File – Frederick Forsyth

After the emotional involvement in the seven-book Honor Bound Series, I wanted to go for something smaller and preferably unrelated, but I saw The ODESSA File in my library and I just had to pick it next. Though not related to each other, not even written by the same author, The ODESSA File segues into […]

Honor Bound Series – All Posts

This was the first time I reviewed a series as long and elaborate as this (and I’m sure it won’t be the last!). While I was posting it at my usual schedule of one every 15 days, there’s no reason for you to have to go to every post individually; you can check all of […]

Armageddon: A Novel of Berlin – Leon Uris

Leon Uris is my literary equivalent of comfort food – I find myself going back to his familiar pages after every 7-8 books. It also helps that most of his books take place in the era I am interested in, so it’s like visiting my favourite place all over again. The book I revisited this […]

The Girl from the Train – Irma Joubert

No, I haven’t misspelt the title, nor have I confused the author with someone else. I stumbled upon this book while searching for another one (not The Girl on the Train). The reasons I guess this book isn’t known more widely is it was translated into English from Afrikaans in 2015; and the publishers’ bid […]