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29 May

Fun: Spies, Puzzle Solvers, and a Century of Crosswords by Paolo Bacilieri

Review on BookLife Paolo Bacilieri’s Fun is a graphic history of the crossword puzzle – and it’s as ......
28 May

Fall Down Seven Times, Get Up Eight by Naoki Higashida

Review on BookLife This book can almost be seen as a follow up to The Reason I Jump, ...
27 May

Strange Labyrinth: Outlaws, Poets, Mystics, Murderers and a Coward in London’s Great Forest by Will Ashon

Review on BookLife Epping Forest is an ancient forest some 6,000 acres in area, stretching between Forest Gate and ......
24 May

Swimming with Seals by Victoria Whitworth

Review on BookLife Wild swimming seems to be in vogue at the moment. I read Floating by Joe ...
22 May

Mansions of Misery: A Biography of the Marshalsea Debtors’ Prison by Jerry White

Review on BookLife To many modern readers, the Marshalsea Debtors’ Prison is something that appears in the writings ......
21 May

Island Home: A Landscape Memoir by Tim Winton

Review on BookLife As Tim Winton said, ‘I grew up on the world’s largest island.’ This ‘island’, Australia, ......
20 May

SECOND OPINION: Hidden Nature: A Voyage of Discovery by Alys Fowler

Review on BookLife Alys Fowler had always wanted to be an adventurer; someone who would climb mountains and ......
18 May

A Life Discarded by Alexander Masters

Review on BookLife Biographer Alexander Master’s latest highly unusual subject following his acclaimed book 2006 Stuart: A Life ......
17 May

Everywoman: One Woman’s Truth About Speaking the Truth by Jess Phillips

Review on BookLife Jess Phillips is currently Labour MP for Birmingham Yardley and she has made headlines for ......
17 May

Bee Quest by Dave Goulson

Review on BookLife There is nothing better than sitting in the garden in the summer sun with a ...
15 May

The Leaping Hare by George Ewart Evans and David Thomson

Review on BookLife The hare is one of those elusive animals that is rarely seen. These creatures have ......
14 May

Calling Us Home by Chris Luttichau

Review on BookLife I have always had an interest in the spiritual practices of different cultures, but a ......
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. ......
11 May

Miss-adventures: A Tale of Ignoring Life Advice While Backpacking Around South America by Amy Baker

Review on BookLife Having had an idea to quit her job and go backpacking around South America, Amy ...
11 May

Images of the Past: The British Seaside by Luci Gosling

Review on BookLife I loved this book, although it’s not one to be read digitally. The author has ......
11 May

Foxes Unearthed: A Story of Love and Loathing in Modern Britain by Lucy Jones

Review on BookLife I am not sure just how many foxes there are where I am living, but ...
09 May

This Book Will Make You Fearless by Jo Usmar

Review on BookLife To put it simply, this book is amazing. I suffer with anxiety and decided to ...
08 May

Tragic Shores: A Memoir of Travel to the Darkest Places on Earth by Thomas H. Cook

Review on BookLife Thomas H. Cook, a crime writer from Fort Payne, Alabama, now lives in Los Angeles. ......
07 May

Dusty: An Intimate Portrait of a Musical Legend by Karen Bartlett

Review on BookLife As a pubescent lad at school, I fell heavily in love with an older woman. ...
06 May

Floating: A Life Regained by Joe Minihane

Review on BookLife I must immediately admit that this is a book I would have bought anyway if ...
05 May

SECOND OPINION: Angela Merkel: Europe’s Most Influential Leader by Matthew Qvortrup

Review on BookLife Angela Merkel, the current Chancellor of Germany, was born in 1954, a quiet girl, extremely ......