Louis Theroux – Gotta Get Theroux This / Homer – The Iliad translated by Robert Fagles / Stephen King – If It Bleeds / J. R. R. Tolkien – Unfinished Tales / Lee Child – Blue Moon
A quick ramble about yet another book in the Last Kingdom series. It’s a slow starter but eventually gets good…
It’s easier to understand than Season 2, has a couple of new characters, lots of eye-candy and a cautionary sci-fi tale to tell. But is it any good?
If you think there’s a typo in the title of this post then you’ve come to the wrong place. I’m writing about the drawing app available in the Apple store not anything else…
Enola Holmes | Magnum Dopus: The Making of Jay and Silent Bob Reboot | The Show Must Go On: The Queen + Adam Lambert Story | Message from the King | X-Men: Dark Phoenix | Gringo | Trainwreck | They Live
Space Force | Santa Clarita Diet | Living With Yourself | Drifters | Chewing Gum | Staged | Warrior Nun | Community | The OA
Ghost of Tsushima answers every craving you might have to immerse yourself in the world of the samurai while still creeping around like a ninja stabbing people in the back Assassin’s Creed style.
Puzzle | Journeyman | BlackkKlansman | The Old Guard | Replicas | The Equaliser 2 | This Is Where I Leave You | The Lovebirds
War of the Wolf is the eleventh book in the Last Kingdom series by Bernard Cornwell and follows straight on from The Flame Bearer.
There’s no ‘midpoint’ movie roundup this month because I haven’t seen that many so far. Instead I’ve been spending my time watching TV shows, doing jigsaws and listening to the audio version of Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman.