Jump!

One got the sense that man had launched himself into the heavens, and only then remembered that he couldn’t float. Daniel EngberJump! Format:Audiobook, included borrow via Amazon Prime, Kindle Unlimited, or Audible Plus. Publisher’s Synopsis:In the first few years of the twentieth century, inventors discovered how to soar into the sky. This breathtaking true storyContinue reading “Jump!”

Code Name: Lise

I think the Germans are very obedient and very gullible. Their tragedy—and Europe’s—is that they gladly allow themselves to be hoodwinked into believing evil to be good. Odette SansomFrom Code Name: LiseBy Larry Loftis Format:Audiobook. Publisher’s Synopsis:The year is 1942, and World War II is in full swing. Odette Sansom decides to follow in herContinue reading “Code Name: Lise”

The Five: The Untold Lives of the Women Killed by Jack the Ripper

The victims of Jack the Ripper were never ‘just prostitutes’; they were daughters, wives, mothers, sisters, and lovers. They were women. They were human beings, and surely that in itself is enough. Hallie RubenholdThe Five Format:Audiobook. At the time of this review the ebook is available to borrow via Kindle Unlimited. Publisher’s Synopsis:Five devastating humanContinue reading “The Five: The Untold Lives of the Women Killed by Jack the Ripper”

The Electricity Fairy

I suppose I am the only person who is known as a dancer but who has a personal preference for Science. Alex MarThe Electricity Fairy Format:Audiobook, included borrow via Amazon Prime. 9/27/2020: It has been added to Audible Plus catalogue. Publisher’s Synopsis:The inspiring true story of Loïe Fuller, a radical nineteenth-century art nouveau icon whoContinue reading “The Electricity Fairy”