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20 Jul

The End of the French Intellectual by Shlomo Sand

Review on BookChap Shlomo Sand has written a readable scholarly account of the history of the intellectual in ......
17 Jul

Nine Lives by Aimen Dean

Review on BookChap At the outset, it’s important to note that Nine Lives is a non-fiction account of ......
15 Jul

All That Remains: A Life in Death by Sue Black

Review on BookChap All That Remains by Professor Sue Black is a summary of her life in death. ...
09 Jul

Guardians of Churchill’s Secret Army by Peter Dixon

Review on BookChap The title, Guardians of Churchill’s Secret Army: Men of the Intelligence Corps in the Special Operations ......
08 Jul

Apollo by Matt Fitch, Chris Baker and Mike Collins

Review on BookChap Apollo is entertaining and educational, reading this will give anyone who wasn’t there at the ......
07 Jul

Notes on a Nervous Planet by Matt Haig

Competition on BookChap The world is messing with our minds. Rates of stress and anxiety are rising. A ...
05 Jul

Walk Through History: Discover Victorian London by Christopher Winn

Review on BookChap London is an intense city. It feels vast and packed with people, the modern architecture ......
01 Jul

The Communist Manifesto: A Graphic Novel by Karl Marx, Friedrich Engels and Martin Rowson

Review on BookChap If only all philosophy could be brought to life in this way! There’s a lot ...
01 Jul

Hyper-Capitalism by Larry Gonick and Tim Kasser

Review on BookChap The term “hypercapitalism” refers to the existence (and acceptance) of extreme capitalism (that is, “an ......
30 Jun

Egyptian Mummies by Bob Brier

Review on BookChap To continue my current fad of reading books about Ancient Egypt, here I have a ...
29 Jun

AUDIO: A Little History of Archaeology by Brian Fagan

Review on BookChap A Little History of Archaeology details key advances and artefacts in the science of archaeology. ......
25 Jun

The Encircling Sea by Adrian Goldsworthy

Review on BookChap The Encircling Sea is a very satisfying and intelligent action adventure. What makes it more ......
24 Jun

The Lost Tomb by Kent Weeks

Review on BookChap Back in 1825, a British explorer, or Egyptologist by the name of James Burton, had ......
24 Jun

Final Scrum: International Rugby Players Killed in the Second World War by Nigel McCrery

Review on BookChap Nigel McCrery and Michael Rowe have produced a fascinating account of International Rugby Players during ......
22 Jun

Playland by Anthony Daly

Review on BookChap Escaping The Troubles in Derry, Anthony Daly arrives in London in 1975 to take up ......
15 Jun

Nevertheless by Alec Baldwin

Review on BookChap I must start out by saying that I do not usually read memoirs of the ...
13 Jun

The Peterloo Massacre by Joyce Marlow

Review on BookChap A year short of the bicentennial commemorations of one of the pivotal moments in British ......
10 Jun

All the Pieces Matter: The Inside Story of the Wire by Jonathan Abrams

Review on BookChap When Casting Director, Alexa L. Fogel, told HBO Chairman and CEO, Chris Albrecht that they ......
08 Jun

Revolution: How the Bicycle Reinvented Modern Britain by William Manners

Review on BookChap Potholed roads, special kit, faster and lighter bikes ridden by ‘Hooligans’ and women eager to ......
05 Jun

Past Mortems: Life and Death Behind Mortuary Doors by Carla Valentine

Review on BookChap To be perfectly blunt, this book is very graphic, so if you have a delicate ...
04 Jun

A New Map of Wonders: A Journey in Search of Modern Marvels by Caspar Henderson

Review on BookChap There was a time when humans had a natural curiosity and wonder for the world ...