Books by Alexander McCall Smith, Louise Wener, Louise Rennison and Lawrence Hill.
Charles Fudgemuffin, author of the critically acclaimed 'Remember to put the bins out' note*, reviews a selection of books from the genres of light humour, general fiction, comedy and historical fiction.
* Other less notable works include the alien comedy 'How To Save The World' books.
|Friends, Lovers, Chocolate by Alexander McCall Smith|
Nothing much seemed to happen in the first couple of chapters of Friends, Lovers, Chocolate, but once it got going I found myself really looking forward to my daily reading sessions. Isobel Dalhousie meets a heart transplant patient who believes his new heart has brought with it memories of its previous owner, and Isobel's curious nature means she can't help herself from investigating further. I have to admit I found the ending slightly disappointing, but overall this was an enjoyable book with some interesting ideas.