Haiku Book Reviews – part 2

Miss Smilla’s Feeling for Snow by Peter Høeg
Stirring, powerful,
plus it taught me heaps of new
things about Greenland.

Moranifesto by Caitlin Moran
I waited so long
to start it, so I wouldn’t
have to finish it.

Good Muslim Boy by Osamah Sami
Only the best of
stories make you feel as if
you’re there amid friends.

The Floating Brothel by Sian Rees
Mesmerising yarn
reclaiming women’s place in
Aussie history.

Front Page News by Katie Rowney
I didn’t know who
dunnit ‘til almost the end.
A cracking fun read.

2 thoughts on “Haiku Book Reviews – part 2

    1. Since mid-May. Winter has come and I refuse to leave the house for anything other than work or replenishing food.

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