Posted On: Feb 19, 2015 In: If You Like..., In the Spotlight
If you love watching BBC television shows, our latest like, try, why is for you! Whether your a fan of historical shows, sci-fi, or mysteries, there’s a book on here for you to check out. There’s a mix of memoirs, nonfiction, graphic novels, young adult fiction, and novels — something for everyone!
Here by Richard Maguire is a graphic novel about a room where time moves fluidly, and was inspired by dreams and memories. Perfect for Time Lords.
Like Downton Abbey, Goodbye Picadilly by Cynthia Herrod-Eagles focuses on an English gentry family that struggles through World War I.
If the modern Sherlock stories have you intrigued about the iconic detective’s past, check out The Sherlock Holmes Handbook by Ransom Riggs for all sorts of trivia and history.
Like Orphan Black, The Lost Girl by Sangu Mandanna is a thought-provoking and compelling story about a future where genetic twins exist.
Readers who love Call the Midwife should check out All Creatures Great and Small by James Herriot, the heartwarming memoir of a British veterinarian.
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