Kel McGowan is Kelligrafie
I wasn't sure how much I was going to like WW but for a wartime based naval book it's surprisingly easy to read. Keeps your interest without hitting you too hard with the sailing lingo. Moves along smoothly without dragging scenes out any more than they have to be. To say this isn't my sort of genre, I thought it was ok. I don't know if was a one-off or a series because I'd like to see Alexander Fullerton go a bit deeper with the characters. I felt like we only scratched the surface. And the action scene with the Nazi boat was a bit flat.
I'll give this 3.5/5.
This week I'm reading Broken English by P. L. Gaus and Tea On The Blue Sofa by Natasha IllumBerg as an extra over this fortnight.
File under: Kelligrafie, Westbound, Warbound, Alexander Fullerton, book, review
Kel. 30. Half mad cat lady. Half ninja turtle. Huddersfield lass born 'n' bred!.
I love to draw cartoons & listen to film soundtracks & TV themes.
For unknown reason, my favourite number is 44.
Things I Like
Author: Jasper Fforde
Band: The Struts
Book: The Lost Art Of Keeping Secrets
Game: The Sims 3
TV Show: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles