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26 Jun

The Art of Losing Control: A Guide to Ecstatic Experience by Jules Evans

Review on BookLife Humans have always had the desire to seek experiences out beyond their comfort zone. Some ......
25 Jun

Paul McCartney: The Biography by Philip Norman

Review on BookLife When I first saw this book I thought, oh no, yet another book about a ...
25 Jun

The Last Waltz by John Suchet

Review on BookLife I thought this might be the sort of non-fiction book that you dip into for ...
24 Jun

On the Marshes by Carol Donaldson

Review on BookLife The marshland of the north Kent coast has long been recognised as one of the ...
24 Jun

Good As You by Paul Flynn

Review on BookLife This book was one of my top five reads of this year! SERIOUSLY! I truly ...
20 Jun

A Goddess in the Stones: Travels in India by Norman Lewis

Review on BookLife When people visit India, a country with over 1 billion people, their senses are assaulted ......
19 Jun

Confessions of a Recovering Environmentalist by Paul Kingsnorth

Review on BookLife Paul Kingsnorth was a passionate environmentalist, taking the time to be involved in activities and ......
19 Jun

David Bowie Made Me Gay: 100 Years of LGBT Music by Darryl W. Bullock

Review on BookLife Darryl W. Bullock’s fascinating chronicle of LGBT artists and their impact over the last century ......
16 Jun

Pedal Power: Inspirational Stories from the World of Cycling by Anna Hughes

Review on BookLife Since the bike was invented, it has provided people with opportunity. It provided people who ......
13 Jun

SECOND OPINION: A Sweet, Wild Note by Richard Smyth

Review on BookLife The song of the birds on a spring day is, for me, one of the ...
12 Jun

Notes from No Man’s Land by Eula Biss

Review on BookLife Originally published in the United States by Graywolf Press in 2009, this powerful essay collection ......
11 Jun

The Book of Emma Reyes: A Memoir in Correspondence by Emma Reyes

Review on BookLife This is an extraordinary story, told through letters, of the early life in Columbia of ......
09 Jun

The War is in the Mountains by Judith Matloff

Review on BookLife Mountains cover about a quarter of the earth and host one tenth of the population, ......
08 Jun

The Running Hare by John Lewis-Stempel

Article on BookLife Industrial farming has succeeded in turning turn fields into open roofed factories. Copious amounts of ......
08 Jun

Love of Country by Madeleine Bunting

Article on BookLife To describe the Outer Hebrides as remote is somewhat of an understatement. Even today it ......
08 Jun

Wild Kingdom by Stephen Moss

Article on BookLife Ever since William Blake wrote the words ‘Englands green & pleasant Land’ in 1804 it ......
07 Jun

A Sky Full of Birds by Matt Merritt

Article on BookLife Birds are one of the wild animals that we can see every day without even ...
07 Jun

Fingers in the Sparkle Jar by Chris Packham

Article on BookLife Chris Packham is a well known presence on our TV screens, presenting The Really Wild ......
07 Jun

Worth Dying For: The Power and Politics of Flags by Tim Marshall

Review on BookLife I usually have both a fiction and a non-fiction book on the go at the ...
07 Jun

Where Poppies Blow by John Lewis-Stempel

Article on BookLife There has been awful lot of history written about the horrors of the First World ...
06 Jun

The Nature of Autumn by Jim Crumley

Article on BookLife Each season offers its own basket of delights, in winter we have the skeletal trees ......