Peter Green: May 2020
Thanks to the Coronavirus and our consequent inability to meet face-to-face, ten members of the Good faith Book Club have sent in their personal reviews of Timmy Mallett's book, Utterly Brilliant. This was about his e-bike pilgrimage from Cookham to Santiago de Compostela.
Views ranged from "Utterly brilliant sums it up", "It all made a good read", "I would recommend it to others" to "I found this book utterly frustrating." To read the actual reviews, click here.
What will we make of our next book? We are due to review this on Saturday July 25th. To read about our choice, click here.
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