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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 ...
14 Oct

I Am Behind You by Ajvide Lindqvist

Review on BookGeek This is the first in a planned trilogy, which opens with an interesting and philosophical ......
09 Oct

Ghosts of the Empire by George Mann

Review on BookGeek This is the fourth book in the Steampunk Ghost series, but it can be read ...
01 Oct

2084 by Various

Review on BookGeek If current events don’t provide you with sufficient levels of terror about the future, may ......
30 Sep

Kindness by Jaime Thurston

Review on BookGeek In today’s world, it can sometimes be hard to remember the positives, but Jaime Thurston’s ......
24 Sep

Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman

Review on BookGeek Norse mythology and it’s meaning can be opaque for the modern reader, so this insightful ......
18 Sep

The Hound of the Baskervilles by Ian Edginton

Review on BookGeek Giving modern readers a taste of what Holmes is all about, this better that usual ......
18 Sep

YA: Genuine Fraud by E. Lockhart

Review on BookGeek E. Lockhart’s latest novel Genuine Fraud was not what I expected – not what I ......
16 Sep

A Jigsaw of Fire and Stars by Yaba Badoe

Review on BookGeek Considering the number of books I read and the years I’ve been reading, to acquire ......
02 Sep

The Beginning of the World in the Middle of the Night by Jen Campbell

Review on BookGeek A dreamy, whimsical yet occasionally disturbing collection of short stories, The Beginning of the World ......
01 Sep

A Pocketful of Crows by Joanne M. Harris

Review on BookGeek This is a delightful short book by Joanne M. Harris. It covers the story of ...
01 Sep

The Furthest Station by Ben Aaronovitch

Competition on BookGeek There’s something going bump on the Metropolitan line and Sergeant Jaget Kumar knows exactly who ......
18 Aug

Wychwood by George Mann

Review on BookGeek This is not my usual choice of novel and I thought it would be interesting ...
15 Aug

AMR: L R Fredericks meets Philipa Coughlan

Article on BookGeek Reviewer Philipa Coughlan put her questions to The Book of Luce author, L R Fredericks: ......
14 Aug

Cheltenham Literature Festival 2017 – line-up and Q&A

Article on BookChap For the last few years I’ve been a regular at the Cheltenham Literature Festival. Despite ......
13 Aug

Darien: Empire of Salt by C.F. Iggulden

Review on BookGeek Darien is a new epic fantasy series that tells of 12 aristocratic families, ruled by ......