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30 Mar

William Godwin: A Reflection by Reg Seward

Article on BookChap Several years ago, I sat reading the famous book Frankenstein: or, The Modern Prometheus by ......
28 Mar

The Truth About IKEA by Johan Stenebo

Review on BookChap Johan Stenebo is an intelligent Swedish man who spent some twenty years working for the ......
26 Mar

Paul Burke’s Top Ten Gruesome, Unusual and Sad Endings

Article on BookChap Basically, I mean murder, suicide or tragedy. A couple of these endings are real deaths ......
21 Mar

Nelson’s Lost Jewel by Martyn Downer

Review on BookChap This book, entitled Nelson’s Lost Jewel, by Martyn Downer covers a marginally different facet of ......
19 Mar

Libraries: A Reflection by Gill Chedgey

Article on BookChap I can’t remember how old I was when I first visited the library but it ...
12 Mar

The American West by Dee Brown

Review on BookChap Although this book is somewhat dated in terms of publication, it tells a true and ......
10 Mar

Rise Up Women! The Remarkable Lives of the Suffragettes by Diane Atkinson

Review on BookChap It is 100 years ago that some women finally gained the vote, after years of ...
09 Mar

Philipa Coughlan’s Ten Books and Why I Acquired Them

Article on BookChap 1. From childhood I still have the well-thumbed set of Beatrix Potter’s Peter Rabbit books ......
07 Mar

Reckless by Chrissie Hynde

Review on BookChap Chrissie Hynde, born in Akron Ohio, September 1951. Coincidentally, the same year I was born. ......
07 Mar

On Leopard Rock by Wilbur Smith

Competition on BookChap The first ever memoir from the Number One global bestselling adventure author Wilbur Smith has ......
27 Feb

Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House by Michael Wolff

Review on BookChap We all knew what to expect from this book – the story of how a ...
23 Feb

Pavlov’s Dog by Adam Hart-Davis

Review on BookChap Many of you will remember the author of this book as the man who cycles ...
21 Feb

No Wall Too High by Xu Hongci

Review on BookChap In 1933, Xu Hongci was born in Shanghai China. He lived a fairly normal life, ...
21 Feb

Spaceport Earth: The Reinvention of Spaceflight by Joe Pappalardo

Review on BookChap Space travel was once the sole domain of governments; they were the only ones who ......
20 Feb

Gill Chedgey’s 10 Books from My Childhood – Some Acquired and Some Not!

Article on BookChap 1. The Teddy Robinson books by Joan G. Robinson – I must have been about 4 ......
20 Feb

Blood on the Page by Thomas Harding

Review on BookChap The murder of Allan Chapellow is arguably one of the strangest and most compelling cases ......
20 Feb

Literary Wonderlands by Laura Miller

Review on BookChap What a lovely book! This is a beautifully illustrated journey through nearly 100 imagined worlds. ......
19 Feb

Hitler’s Warriors by Guido Knopp

Review on BookChap Guido Knopp holds a German doctorate degree in History and Political Science. He has since ......
17 Feb

Dictatorland: The Men Who Stole Africa by Paul Kenyon

Review on BookChap Paul Kenyon is a renowned BBC journalist who’s worked on various hard-hitting current affairs strands, ......
17 Feb

Let There Be Justice: The Political Journey of Imran Khan by B.J. Sadiq

Review on BookChap Let There Be Justice by B.J. Sadiq seems almost a battle cry after reading this ...
15 Feb

Jenson Button: Life to the Limit

Article on BookChap Jenson Button is one of only ten British drivers to have been a Formula One ...