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09 Aug

Assassin’s Fate by Robin Hobb

Review on BookGeek As one of my favourite authors, Robin Hobb cannot really do any wrong. This last ...
04 Aug

City of Circles by Jess Richards

Competition on BookGeek City of Circles is an entrancing love story between Danu and Morrie, two circus performers, and ......
04 Aug

nb93: NEW ISSUE!

Article on BookChap Yes, it’s that time again – may we present to you the summer 2017 issue ......
04 Aug

Killer Storm by Matt Dickinson

Competition on BookGeek Terror comes to Everest…like never before. Teenage climber Ryan Hart is still in Nepal, working ......
04 Aug

NEW! A digital-only version of NB magazine

Article on BookChap We have partnered with Exact Editions so that we can offer readers all over the ...
02 Aug

No Dominion by Louise Welsh

Review on BookGeek This is a thrilling tale about what happens when society collapses. It is the third ......
01 Aug

YA: S.T.A.G.S. by M.A. Bennett

Review on BookGeek Better known as Marina Fiorato, the author of historical bestsellers including The Glassblower of Murano, ......
28 Jul

The Change by Guy Adams

Review on BookGeek The Change 1: London – Orbital Solaris 9781781085813 pbk Jul 2017 5/3 This is the first ......
26 Jul

Smoke by Dan Vyleta

Review on BookGeek Every now and then you have the privilege of reading a book that is so ...
24 Jul

Walking Mountain by Joan Lennon

Review on BookGeek This is the latest fantasy novel from Joan Lennon aimed at teenagers “12 years and ......
20 Jul

Me, Myself and Them by Dan Mooney

Review on BookGeek Denis Murphy is a little different. He counts numbers and is obsessively neat. Anything slightly ......
07 Jul

YA: Walking Mountain by Joan Lennon

Review on BookGeek Walking Mountain is a young adult book which may not appeal to adult readers, unless ......
07 Jul

Swimmer Among the Stars by Kanishk Tharoor

Review on BookGeek Swimmer Amongst the Stars is the debut short-story collection by Kanishk Tharoor and it covers ......
07 Jul

Author meets Reviewer – Natasha Pulley meets Sara Garland

Article on BookGeek Reviewer Sara read and loved Natasha’s new novel, The Bedlam Stacks, so we put the ......
05 Jul

The Beauty and the Beast by Gabrielle-Suzanna Barbot de Villenueve

Review on BookGeek 2017 seems a fitting year in which to read The Beauty and the Beast, as Disney ...
29 Jun

Fever by Deon Meyer

Review on BookGeek Fever is a beautifully written story that explores human nature in a post apocalyptic world ......
26 Jun

Godblind by Anna Stephens

Review on BookGeek This dark, gritty and often brutal debut novel in a proposed trilogy starts well, as ......
25 Jun

The Fireman by Joe Hill

Review on BookGeek I thought the idea behind The Fireman was good: a deadly spore spreading across the world ......
24 Jun

Doctor Vanilla’s Sunflowers by Bethany Cadman

Review on BookGeek Deborah has had a tragic time in her life. Her son is dead, her husband ...
23 Jun

The Bedlam Stacks by Natasha Pulley

Review on BookGeek Somewhere in Cornwall during 1859, Merrick feels like he’s getting older and acknowledges he is ......
22 Jun

YA: Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher

Review on BookGeek Ten years after its original release and following its recent screening as a NetFlix series, ......