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23 May

Flights by Olga Tokarczuk

Review on BookHugger Olga Tokarczuk is one of the leading contemporary Polish authors; she has written nine novels ......
23 May

Narcissism for Beginners by Martine McDonagh

Review on BookHugger Sonny Anderson Agelaste-Bim has got some big discoveries to make. On his twenty-first birthday, his ......
22 May

I’m a writer…although I sometimes have to remind myself why

Article on BookHugger In its simplest form, writing is nothing more than telling a story—something humans have been ......
20 May

We All Begin as Strangers by Harriet Cummings

Review on BookHugger This book had great appeal for me as soon as I heard about it. Based ...
19 May

Crimes of the Father by Thomas Keneally

Review on BookHugger When I started to read this book, I was unsure that I would be able ...
19 May

SECOND OPINION: To Die in Spring by Ralf Rothmann

Review on BookHugger This novel is powerful, intelligent and an engaging read. A fine novel on the theme ......
17 May

Inheritance from Mother by Minae Mizumura

Review on BookHugger This Japanese novel is a self-confessed homage to the serial novel. It is centred in ......
17 May

The Hearts of Men by Nickolas Butler

Review on BookHugger This author has written with great heart and style, setting the tale of teenager Nelson ......
15 May

A History of Running Away by Paula McGrath

Review on BookHugger I was looking forward to reading this book because it had a very positive endorsement ......
13 May

The Song of the Stork by Stephan Collishaw

Review on BookHugger This novel may be only a slim volume, but that does not prevent it from ...
13 May

Good People by Nir Baram

Review on BookHugger Good People is an interesting book from the Israeli writer Nir Baram, who has created ......
12 May

Our Intrepid Reporter: Maddy Broome returns to Hexham Book Festival

Article on BookHugger Once again, Hexham book festival has attracted a wide range of writers, covering all genres. ......
12 May

Keep Me Safe by Daniela Sacerdoti

Review on BookHugger I have several of Daniela Sacerdoti’s books on my mountainous TBR pile as they just ......
09 May

The Devil and Webster by Jean Hanff Korelitz

Review on BookHugger On first glance, this looks like a fairly unassuming novel about an American College and its ......
08 May

Havergey by John Burnside

Review on BookHugger Havergey used to appear on maps, but it has long since disappeared from them. Even ......
08 May

SECOND OPINION: Poems That Make Grown Women Cry by Anthony Holden and Ben Holden

Review on BookHugger This companion anthology to Poems That Make Grown Men Cry may not have a title ...
06 May

A Plain and Simple Truth by Jane Emerssen

Review on BookHugger At his wife’s funeral, Robert Moray is not altogether surprised when John Rufford, the man ......
05 May

Quirky Q&A with Donal Ryan

Article on BookHugger We were thrilled when Donal Ryan agreed to our Quirky Q&A for the latest issue ......
05 May

The Ice by Laline Paull

Competition on BookHugger An electrifying story of friendship, power and betrayal by the bestselling, Baileys-prize shortlisted author of ......
04 May

SECOND OPINION: Ginny Moon by Benjamin Ludwig

Review on BookHugger I guess Mark Haddon set the benchmark for novels embracing autism. So, for any writer ......
04 May

The Outcasts of Time by Ian Mortimer

Review on BookHugger This is a novel about time travel that I really enjoyed (as opposed to many ...