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16 Aug

The Porridge Plot by Che Golden

Review on BookHugger Do you like books about families, magic and a bit of fantasy? If the answer ...
15 Aug

The Companion by Sarah Dunnakey

Review on BookHugger In 1932, eleven-year-old Billy Shaw and his family live and work at Potter’s Pleasure Palace, ......
15 Aug

The Alice Network by Kate Quinn

Review on BookHugger This novel is based on the true life experiences of British female spies stationed in ......
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 ......
14 Aug

Retrograde by Kat Hausler

Review on BookHugger When carelessly crossing a busy road in Berlin, Helena is hit by a truck and ...
12 Aug

When the Future Comes Too Soon by Selina Siak Chin Yoke

Review on BookHugger Set during the Japanese occupation of Malaysia during the Second World War, this novel relates ......
11 Aug

AMR: Ron Butlin meets Philipa Coughlan

Article on BookHugger NB and nudge reviewer Philipa Coughlan was so impressed by her discovery of the novels ......
10 Aug

AMR: Damon Young meets Jade Craddock

Article on BookHugger The next of our ‘Author meets Reviewer’ series finds Damon Young being quizzed by Jade ......
09 Aug

A Horse Walks into a Bar by David Grossman

Review on BookHugger Winner of the Man Booker International Prize 2017, this is a somewhat gregariously delivered account ......
09 Aug

31 Days of Wonder by Tom Winter

Review on BookHugger Ever since his debut, Lost and Found, I’ve been a fan of author Tom Winter ...
08 Aug

ATW80: PORTUGAL – Skylight by José Saramago

Article on BookHugger Dating to the twelfth century, Portugal is one of the oldest nations in Europe, and ......
05 Aug

ATW80: POLAND – Chasing the King of Hearts by Hanna Krall

Article on BookHugger Poland, finally here’s a country I’m familiar with. Well, when I say familiar, I mean ......
05 Aug

How Much the Heart Can Hold: Seven Stories on Love edited by Emma Herdman

Review on BookHugger Of the numerous things I gained from reading How Much the Heart Can Hold, most ...
05 Aug

Mend the Living by Maylis de Kerangal

Review on BookHugger Maylis de Kerangal’s Mend the Living, which won the Wellcome Book Prize in 2017, was first ......
05 Aug

November Storm by Robert Oldshue

Review on BookHugger Robert Oldshue, a physician from Boston, USA, won the Iowa Short Fiction Award for this ......
04 Aug

he: A Novel by John Connolly

Competition on BookHugger An extraordinary reimagining of the life of one of the greatest screen comedians the world ......
04 Aug

Birdcage Walk by Helen Dunmore – a nudge Recommended Read

Article on BookHugger It is 1792 and Europe is seized by political turmoil and violence. Lizzie Fawkes has ......
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

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 ...
03 Aug

Rain Falls on Everyone by Clar Ni Chonghaile

Review on BookHugger Theo was born in Rwanda, one of three children of a Hutu father and a ...
02 Aug

The White City by Karolina Ramqvist

Review on BookHugger This is a contemporary, atmospheric and gritty book that has been translated into English amongst ......