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12 Sep

The Boy Made of Snow by Chloe Mayer

Review on BookHugger This is an extremely interesting debut novel from an erstwhile journalist. I suppose there is ......
07 Sep

Wildest of All by P.K. Lynch

Review on BookHugger The Donnelleys should be united in grief when a tragedy hits the family; however, the ......
04 Sep

Dead Souls by Nikolai Gogol

Review on BookHugger Dead Souls, which is often said to be the most popular of the many Russian ...
02 Sep

Home is Nearby by Magdalena McGuire

Review on BookHugger An excellent debut novel by a writer born in Poland and now living in Australia, ...
01 Sep

How Hard Can It Be? by Allison Pearson

Competition on BookHugger In 2002 Allison Pearson’s debut novel I Don’t Know How She Does It defined a ...
30 Aug

The Angel in the Stone by R.L. McKinney

Review on BookHugger Calum is a middle-aged Scottish man from a Gaelic-speaking, left-wing musical family. Set in the ......
27 Aug

The Good Doctor of Warsaw by Elisabeth Gifford

Review on BookHugger The Good Doctor of Warsaw? Sounds warm and cuddly, doesn’t it? And then you begin ......
25 Aug

SECOND OPINION: 31 Days of Wonder by Tom Winter

Review on BookHugger 31 Days of Wonder opens with Ben and Alice meeting briefly in the park. Ben ...
23 Aug

Tin Man by Sarah Winman

Review on BookHugger This is a beautiful, poignant book. And that’s my review. Thank you for reading it. ......
21 Aug

Tragedy at Bawley Bay by Elizabeth M. Cox

Review on BookHugger This is an interesting little novella that has more than a passing ‘affinity’ with Sarah ......
18 Aug

The House in the Tree by Bianca Pitzorno

Review on BookHugger Having read and chosen many books for grandchildren over the years, I was interested to ......
18 Aug

The Way Back to Us by Kay Langdale

Review on BookHugger I love Kay Langdale’s writing. Her last book, The Comfort of Others, was one of ......
17 Aug

Ideal Love by Alice Burnett

Review on BookHugger Gilles Rees and his wife, Venus, have a serious argument when he arrives home just ......
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 ......