We’ve just come back from some time away – not a huge amount of time, but some – in one of Unyoked‘s cabins.
Was it good? Overall, yes, but with a sprinkling of hmmm to add to the escape’s piquancy. (more…)
This is the third of Kerr’s books I’ve read. The first, I found vital, the second not so much. So this sits neatly in the middle, for me. Where it departs from the first two books, though, is in its level of personality: in Another Kyoto I think the reader receives much more of a sense of the author as a person. (more…)