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20 Nov

The Year of the Knife by G.D. Penman

Review on BookGeek And the 2017 Award for Speculative Fiction goes to – The Year of the Knife. ......
19 Nov

Wide Awake Asleep by Louise Wise

Review on BookDiva First of all, I just want to say that I absolutely loved this amazing book. ...
15 Nov

YA: Jack Fortune and the Search for the Hidden Valley by Sue Purkiss

Review on BookGeek Now, I know I am in my fifties, but I loved this book! It took me ...
13 Nov

SECOND OPINION: Thin Air by Michelle Paver

Review on BookGeek Not for a long time has a ghost story chilled me to the bones. The ...
11 Nov

Ten Books That Bite Back by Paul Burke

Article on BookGeek I like gritty fiction, grounded in reality, and I relax with noir detective novels. This ......
10 Nov

Gill Chedgey’s Ten Books and Why I Acquired Them

Article on BookChap In the latest instalment in our ‘Ten Books and Why I Acquired Them’ series, Gill ......
08 Nov

YA: Mind the Gap by Phil Earle

Review on BookGeek Mikey’s best friend is worried about him; since his dad’s death, he is just existing ......
07 Nov

The Rules of Magic- Alice Hoffman

Competition on BookGeek   Everyone needs a little magic in their lives… The Rules of Magic is the long-awaited prequel toPractical...
06 Nov

Reading Group Guide: A Legacy of Spies by John le Carré

Article on BookChap In the first instalment in a regular new feature here on Nudge, Paul Burke offers ......
05 Nov

Black Wave by Michelle Tea

Review on BookGeek I have a confession to make; I read this book for such superficial reasons I ...
03 Nov

America City by Chris Beckett

Review on BookGeek Although this is described as science fiction (and strictly speaking does fall under that particular ......
03 Nov

Genesis Fleet: Vanguard by Jack Campbell

Review on BookGeek This wasn’t one of my usual types of books to read (though I used to ...
02 Nov

Paul Cheney’s Ten Books and Why I Acquired Them

Article on BookChap In the latest instalment in our ‘Ten Books and Why I Acquired Them’ series, Paul ......
01 Nov

The Valley of Fear by Arthur Conan Doyle, Ian Edginton and I.N.J. Culbard

Review on BookGeek The Valley of Fear is a graphic novel adaptation by Ian Edginton and I.N.J. Culbard, ......
28 Oct

YA: The Last Namsara by Kristen Ciccarelli

Review on BookGeek All is not what it may at first seem. This is a fantastic YA debut ...
22 Oct

SECOND OPINION: House of Spines by Michael J. Malone

Review on BookGeek This is the first novel by Michael Malone that I’ve read, an author who from ...
19 Oct

Our Intrepid Reporter: Jade Craddock at the Cheltenham Literature Festival

Article on BookChap Another year, another superb ten days of literary highlights, another post-Cheltenham slump as you realise ......
18 Oct

SECOND OPINION: The Loney by Andrew Michael Hurley

Review on BookGeek This mesmerising and haunting story is told in flashbacks by the narrator, whom the reader ......
17 Oct

The Coffin Path by Katherine Clements

Review on BookGeek The Coffin Path is set in 1674 on the windswept hills of a sheep farm. ...
16 Oct

The Winter’s Child by Cassandra Parkin

Review on BookGeek Look, I’m just a poor, innocent reader, okay? I really don’t deserve to be treated ......
16 Oct

Cassandra Parkin on Belief and Fiction

Article on BookGeek Here are six things that have happened to me, which cannot possibly be true, and ...