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10 Jun

Blame by Paul Read

Review on BookHugger Blame by Paul Read tells the story of Lucas and his estranged father’s death. After ......
10 Jun

Blue Self-Portrait by Noémi Lefebvre

Review on BookHugger Blue Self-Portrait, the debut novel by Noémi Lefebvre, was originally published in her native France ......
10 Jun

Postcard Stories by Jan Carson

Article on BookHugger I love books which take a simple idea and spin it into something truly unique ...
09 Jun

Crimson & Bone by Marina Fiorato

Review on BookHugger I really enjoyed Marina Fiorato’s last novel, The Double Life Of Kit Kavanagh, which was ......
08 Jun

Innocents and Others by Dana Spiotta

Review on BookHugger The story features Meadow and Carrie, who grew up together in Hollywood. They share a ......
08 Jun

White Fur by Jardine Libaire

Review on BookHugger Opening in a Wyoming motel with a young couple, a melodramatic conversation about love, and ......
08 Jun

Invisible Threads by Lucy Beresford

Review on BookHugger Lucy Beresford refers to herself a ‘global storyteller’ and she is also a psychotherapist with a ......
07 Jun

Mr Either/Or by Aaron Poochigian

Review on BookHugger “Someday it might be nice to play one person, but for now you live as ...
05 Jun

The Revolution of the Moon by Andrea Camilleri

Review on BookHugger This novel is a delight to read, Camilleri has a style, wit and elegance that ...
03 Jun

The Breaking of a Wave by Fabio Genovesi

Review on BookHugger The Breaking of a Wave is a persistently charming and lovely book. Set in a small ......
02 Jun

The Sewing Machine by Natalie Fergie

Review on BookHugger My imagination is always captured by books where inanimate objects are a big part of ......
02 Jun

Scribbles in the Margins by Daniel Gray

Competition on BookHugger ‘This book is an attempt to fondly weigh up what makes a book so much ...
02 Jun

The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood

Competition on BookHugger The Republic of Gilead offers Offred only one function: to breed. If she deviates, she ......
02 Jun

Ginny Moon by Benjamin Ludwig

Competition on BookHugger The story of a lost girl searching for her forever home. Everyone tells Ginny that ......
01 Jun

POETRY: Author meets Reviewer: Kayo Chingonyi meets Jade Craddock

Article on BookHugger Translating as ‘initiation’, kumukanda is the name given to the rites a young boy from ......
01 Jun

The Brittle Star by Davina Langdale

Review on BookHugger The Brittle Star is a debut novel by Davina Langdale, and she has certainly hit ...
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 ...