Book Review: Give and Take by Adam Grant

Whilst I don’t think it’s revolutionary, I found the topic of “Give and Take” to be quite interesting and it sparked some really great discussion. The overall style wasn’t to my tastes though and I’d have preferred not to have had the lengthy, detailed examples that dragged this book out for me. I wouldn’t recommend it as a book, but won’t be ruling out the work of Adam Grant going forward, because I think the message is good, it’s the format that didn’t quite work – 2 stars for the book.… Read More Book Review: Give and Take by Adam Grant

Audiobook Review: Jog On – How Running Saved My Life by Bella Mackie

Bella Mackie’s book “Jog On: How Running Saved My Life” wasn’t what I was expecting and sadly this wasn’t what I was looking for. I’m sure that this book will be really beneficial to those wanting to learn a little more about mental health, but if you’re expecting a book specifically about running, I would probably give this one a miss.… Read More Audiobook Review: Jog On – How Running Saved My Life by Bella Mackie

Book Review: The Lost Lights of St Kilda by Elisabeth Gifford

“The Lost Lights of St Kilda” is a tale of love, hope and culture that I’m sad to say that wasn’t really my cup of tea. This is a beautifully written book and I’m sure it is one that will be adored by many, but for me it was a little slow moving and that took away from my overall enjoyment. I’m rating this one 2 stars.… Read More Book Review: The Lost Lights of St Kilda by Elisabeth Gifford