‘Dunkirk’ by A.D. Divine

Genre: Military History A.D. Divine was the commander of one of the ‘Little Ships’ that was so crucial to the evacuation of Dunkirk. David Divine is also the journalist and writer to tell more about the patriotic legend of Dunkirk than any other writer- writing both non fiction and fictionalized versions of the event. Of the 338 000 people who were rescued during the Dunkirk evacuation, the Little Ships was responsible for saving 90 000. Divine was concerned that the historyRead more

‘One Hundred Years of Solitude’ by Gabriel García Márquez

Genre: Fiction A modern classic! It was a customer who recommended this book to me and who introduced me to this brilliant author. I briefly knew of him because of his Nobel Prize Winning Love in a Time of Chlorea (on of those books on the ‘I’ll read eventually’ list) though One Hundred Years was the novel that had everyone excited when I’d mention the author. To put it simply, this novel gives the entire history of Latin America throughRead more