Sunday book review – Dusk Until Dawn by Martin Bradley





This book is illustrated by, and written by, Martin Bradley, as was the book on the Peregrine also reviewed here (in April).

Colin Shawyer’s foreword includes this hope: ‘Martin has, without doubt, written and produced an outstanding book which now needs to find its way to our children’s hearts, through their parents, grandparents and schools.‘ and that is a hope which I share.

This is a book for children but I just find it delightful – full of delights. First, the poem that winds through the book is well-written and informative but, for me , every piece of artwork was a delight. The clean lines, good composition, colours and changes from close-up to more familiar view were just enchanting.  And, for children of all ages, there is a vole hidden (often very well-hidden (I can attest!)) in each picture.

This could become a child’s treasured book which would turn them on to nature. Do you know a child who should hold this book in their hands? Do you have a grandchild to whom you could read this book as a bedtime treat?

Dusk Until Dawn by Martin Bradley is published by Ceratopia Books and is fantastic value at £4.99 + £1.60 P&P.  All books can be signed by the author and can be bought direct from him by contacting














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3 Replies to “Sunday book review – Dusk Until Dawn by Martin Bradley”

  1. This is a brilliant book and I would encourage adults to buy it so they too can learn and enjoy the art work.

  2. Thank you, Mark, for the reviews of this book and Top Gun of the Skies. Ideal additions for my grandchidren's libraries. I would not otherwise have been aware of them.


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