Man vs Bookshelf: Cirque Du Freak

This entry is part 30 of 45 in the series Man vs Bookshelf

This was always going to be an easy book to get through. Less than 200 pages. Decent sized font. Nothing to challenge the mind. Oh, and I’ve read it at least twice before. It took an evening, and you’d think, how can there be anything to review in a book read in such a short Read more about Man vs Bookshelf: Cirque Du Freak[…]

Man vs Bookshelf: Clough: The Autobiography

This entry is part 8 of 45 in the series Man vs Bookshelf

Today, with book seven, we have something new. The first non-fiction book of Man vs Bookshelf. Exciting, no? As well as being the first non-fiction book, Clough has also pinched an undesirable record. Lowest pages read per day (so far) at 45. Beating previous loser, Good Omens (69), by some distance, and being well below Read more about Man vs Bookshelf: Clough: The Autobiography[…]

Man vs Bookshelf: Grandpa’s Great Escape

This entry is part 7 of 45 in the series Man vs Bookshelf

After struggling to get through Good Omens in the allotted time, I wanted to dive into a quick read. I choose Grandpa’s Great Escape. It may look beefy, and weigh in at over 450 pages, but don’t let that fool you. It is, after all, a kiddies book, and thus utilises BIG words and plenty Read more about Man vs Bookshelf: Grandpa’s Great Escape[…]