25 Mar

Son of the Morning by Mark Alder

BookGeek Delivering exquisitely on all levels, appreciators of an alternative history, fantasy novel must read the first part in ...
25 Mar

ONE FROM THE ARCHIVE: Once Upon a Time, A Short History of Fairytale by Marina Warner

BookDiva From the page to the stage and the screen – why do Fairy Tales endure? ...
25 Mar

The Death of Money by James Rickards

BookLife With strong viewpoints, Rickards will convey why he thinks we are where we are and where he sees the global economy head...
25 Mar

Chaplin and Company by Mave Fellowes

BookDiva An aspiring mime buys a London canal boat and finds her father in Fellowes’s debut novel....
24 Mar

WHAT WE’RE READING: The Miniaturist by Jessie Burton

BookDiva I’m behind the curve on this book as it’s already topped the charts and won ......
24 Mar

Star Wars: Kenobi by John Jackson Miller

BookChap Fun, fast, just the thing to take the mind off the horrors of Network Rail, Southeastern, Charing Cross, London Bridge ...
24 Mar

The Peculiar Life of a Lonely Postman by Denis Thériault

BookDiva Quietly told with the simplicity and cadence of a haiku, The Peculiar Life of a Lonely Postman hovers between fantasy an...
23 Mar

Meatspace by Nikesh Shukla

BookGeek Meatspace explores social media and loneliness in ways that are often funny but primarily melancholic....
23 Mar

OUR INTREPID REPORTER: Linda Hepworth

BookHugger Linda Hepworth has been a much-valued reviewer for newbooks for some time now and had ......
23 Mar

Best of Enemies Vol. 2 by Jean-Pierre Filiu and David B.

BookGeek A history of US and Middle East relations from 1953 to 1984.
23 Mar

The House of War and Witness by Mike, Linda & Louise Carey

BookHugger I was expecting this to be a straightforward haunted house story; in fact, it is much better, even though it does take a...
23 Mar

David Grossman – Falling Out of Time

BookHugger A short, moving novel about death and moving on after loss.
23 Mar

Second Life by SJ Watson

BookNoir It's very hard to envy SJ Watson...
23 Mar

The Last Asylum: A Memoir of Madness in Our Times by Barbara Taylor

BookChap Taylor was once a mental patient at Friern Hospital. This is an arresting vision of madness from the inside, as well as ...
23 Mar

In Our Own Image: Will Artificial Intelligence save or destroy us? by George Zarkadakis

BookGeek In Our Own Image is an interesting history lesson but. It lacks completeness in its history of AI, it doesn’t discuss ...
23 Mar

The Peculiar Life of a Lonely Postman by Denis Thériault

BookDiva Quietly told with the simplicity and cadence of a haiku, The Peculiar Life of a Lonely Postman hovers between fantasy an...
23 Mar

The Buried Giant by Kazuo Ishiguro

BookHugger The best novels are about great stories, interesting or surprising character development and taking the reader on a jour...
23 Mar

Windhaven by George RR Martin & Lisa Tuttle

BookChap A science-fiction writing collaboration about the flyers of Windhaven, their desire to remain traditional, yet progress ...
23 Mar

The Lost Child by Suzanne McCourt

BookHugger McCourt's words evoke the sun-baked Australian landscape: windswept beaches, rocky reefs, the smell of hot asphalt and t...
23 Mar

PEOPLE WE LIKE: Reg Seward

BookChap Reg Seward has been a newbooks reviewer for several years now and an occasional contributor of quirky, ......
23 Mar

POETRY: Measure for Measure ed by Annie Finch and Alexandra Oliver

BookHugger Poet Annie Finch has been behind some of the most enlightening and informative poetry anthologies ......