Sarah Tipper has been kind enough to send us pretty much all of her books to date for review and I’ve enjoyed them all. She started off with the Eviscerated Panda trilogy which is now into an Adamsian five volumes.
The companion series, the 1990’s-based diaries of Cleö Howard, are equally as enjoyable. Anyone old enough to remember when Adrian Mole first appeared on the literary field will have an idea of what to expect… only from a female perspective and with more metal!
Tipper is celebrating the launch of the third book in the series, The Nearly New Millennium Diary Of Cleo Howard 1999, by offering the first one for free from now until the end of May. We reviewed the first volume when it came out (and the second) and will be onto the third once the new Panda novel has been ploughed through!
Header photo by Bernie Galews