Just like it says on the box.
Christopher's attempt to write Lord of the Flies with adults.
If you want to know what it was really like to work the front lines as covid arrived, this will give you a peek.
The early draft of a very good story.
It felt, overall, like an exercise in worldbuilding - either testing out an environment for a larger story, or fleshing out an aspect of an existing story.
Well written and engaging without breaking any new ground.
A beautifully written, carefully researched and organized history of a giant in science, and the daughter who helped him get there.
Promising, but not quite ready.
Even if the story won't stay in your mind long, Tuppence and Tommy may linger.
More an anecdotal description of the burden prison places on inmates and their supporters than a clear recommendation of how to change the system.
A fun book for children, with a protagonist who's lauded much more for cleverness than looks.
If you're looking for quick, lightly scary stories for young children, this book might suit you well.