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26 Feb

The Incomplete Shakespeare: Macbeth by John Crace and John Sutherland

Review on BookHugger This is one of a new series of selected Shakespeare plays that have pared down ...
24 Feb

The Sound of My Voice by Ron Butlin

Review on BookHugger Death pierces this magnificent ‘Lost Classic’ (as described by Irvine Welsh of Trainspotting fame). First .....
23 Feb

Desperation Road by Michael Farris Smith

Review on BookHugger The main character in this searing novel is Russell Gaines, a sort of mythic western anti-hero ......
20 Feb

Dust by Mark Thompson

Review on BookHugger This is a book with two distinct halves. First, we follow from the ages of 10 ...
18 Feb

Starlings by Miranda Gold

Review on BookHugger Set over twenty four hours, this is Sally’s story as she lives it. Her family ......
16 Feb

Behold the Dreamers by Imbolo Mbue

Review on BookHugger Jenda Jonga believes that America will provide “the good life” for himself and his family. ......
16 Feb

Jackself by Jacob Polley

Review on BookHugger Jacob Polley’s Jackself is an interesting poetry collection that weaves different Jacks into the poems – i...
15 Feb

SECOND OPINION: Crane Pond by Richard Francis

Review on BookHugger When I was asked to review this novel about the Salem witch trials, I readily ...
13 Feb

The Keeper of Lost Things by Ruth Hogan

Review on BookHugger There are some debut authors you come across as a reader who it seems were born ...
11 Feb

Arminius: The Limits of Empire by Robert Fabbri

Review on BookHugger I was delighted to receive this book to review because the massacre of Varus’s legions in ......
10 Feb

Moonglow by Michael Chabon

Review on BookHugger This is the latest book by American novelist Michael Chabon, winner of the 2001 Pulitzer Prize ......
10 Feb

The Good People by Hannah Kent

Competition on BookHugger From the bestselling author of the multi-award-winning Burial Rites, comes The Good People, set in ......
10 Feb

Shtum by Jem Lester + Author meets Reviewers

Article on BookDiva The most important things are the hardest to say. Ten-year-old Jonah lives in a world ......
09 Feb

This Is How It Always Is by Laurie Frankel

Review on BookHugger I had the opportunity to read this novel over a short period of time and ...
08 Feb

The Nix by Nathan Hill

Review on BookHugger There has been much hype about Nathan Hill’s The Nix, so I was keen to get ......
07 Feb

SECOND OPINION: The Good People by Hannah Kent

Review on BookHugger Having only very recently read another Picador publication – The Wonder – by Emma Donoghue it is ......
07 Feb

The Outside Lands by Hannah Kohler

Review on BookHugger In this novel, Kohler’s first, we are shown how the 1960s will impact on one ...
07 Feb

The First Fifteen Lives of Harry August by Claire North

Review on BookHugger I have a friend who always gives his ‘Book of the Year’ to me at ...
07 Feb

QUIZ 2016/7 – the answers!

Article on BookHugger So how did you do? Here are the answers. ANIMALS IN LITERATURE What are the ...
04 Feb

A Nest of the Gentry by Ivan Turgenev

Review on BookHugger Fyodor Ivanovich Lavretsky is the son of a rather distant, Anglophile father and a serf ......
02 Feb

SECOND OPINION: Desperation Road by Michael Farris Smith

Review on BookHugger You will find a few desperate characters in the pages of ‘Desperation Road’, from homeless ......