The Angel’s Mark – S. W. Perry

The Angel's Mark - S. W. Perry
The Angel’s Mark – S. W. Perry

Backtracking to listen to the first of S. W. Perry’s Jackdaw series.

I now have a better understanding of the start of Nicholas Shelby and Bianca Merton’s stories. … and have volume 2 from the library to plug the gap between novels 1 and 3.

That said, Kris Dyer’s reading is excellent, so it’s tempting to listen to The Heretic’s Mark rather than to read it….

Author page: The Angel’s Mark – S. W. Perry (read by Kris Dyer)

High – Erika Fatland

High - Erika Fatland
High – Erika Fatland

Erika Fatland’s excellent account of her experiences travelling in the countries that line the length of the Himalaya in 2018 and 2019.

Anthropologist and travel writer, she combines history and culture, politics and religion with encounters and conversations with people along the way.

Author page: High: A journey in the Himalayas Through Pakistan, India, Bhutan, Nepal and China – Erika Fatland

The Eight Mountains – Paolo Cognetti (translated by Erica Segre & Simon Carnell)

The Eight Mountains - Paolo Cognetti
The Eight Mountains – Paolo Cognetti

A lovely gentle read about male friendship set in the mountains of northern Italy and with a smidgen of Nepal.

Good if you’ve never been to remote mountain villages and high places, great if you have.

Publisher page: The Eight Mountains – Paolo Cognetti (translated by Erica Segre & Simon Carnell)