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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 ...
07 Feb

Dear Fahrenheit 451 by Annie Spence

Review on BookChap I can never remember feeling so connected to a non-fiction book, and in many ways ......
06 Feb

Valentine’s Day Gifts for Book Lovers

Article on BookChap Are you struggling to find a Valentine’s Day gift for the bookworm in your life? ......
05 Feb

The Third Reich in 100 Objects by Roger Moorhouse

Review on BookChap Roger Moorhouse is one of Europe’s top experts on the Nazis and the Third Reich, ......
02 Feb

Winners of the Edward Stanford Travel Writing Awards 2018 announced!

Article on BookChap The winners of the Edward Stanford Travel Writing Awards 2018 were announced last night! Stanford ......
30 Jan

Knowing the Score: My Family and Our Tennis Story by Judy Murray

Article on BookChap As Judy Murray’s book has been selected for the shortlist of the ‘Autobiography of the ......
29 Jan

Getting Carter: Ted Lewis and the Birth of Brit Noir by Nick Triplow

Review on BookChap It must be said that if Ted Lewis were American he would be one of ...
27 Jan

The Quiet Revolution of Caroline Herschel by Emily Winterburn

Review on BookChap I knew precious little about the scientific world of the 1700s, it was an age ...
27 Jan

Publisher Profile: Meerkat Press

Article on BookChap I first heard of Meerkat Press on 4th July 2017 when I noticed on Goodreads ...
26 Jan

The World Broke in Two by Bill Goldstein

Review on BookChap Many writers, it seems, suffered for their work – none more so than Virginia Woolf, ......
25 Jan

Gill Chedgey’s Ten Books I Haven’t Acquired But Feel I Should Have Done

Article on BookChap Turning things on their head a little, I thought about books I haven’t acquired but ......
25 Jan

Somme: Into the Breach by Hugh Sebag-Montefiore

Review on BookChap The Great War of 1914-1916 has never captured my educational nature as much as the ......
22 Jan

Book vs. Film: Stronger by Jeff Bauman

Article on BookChap Stronger is the story of Jeff Bauman, a man in the wrong place at the ...
21 Jan

Fools and Mortals by Bernard Cornwell

Review on BookChap Bernard Cornwell takes us into the world of Shakespearean England – and it’s a very ......