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23 May

The Truants by Lee Markham

Review on BookGeek I have to confess to reading this novel on something of a whim. I request ...
14 May

Star Wars: The Last Shot by Daniel Jose Older

Review on BookGeek Star Wars: The Last Shot is a tie-in novel to the forthcoming Han Solo film. ...
04 May

AUDIO: The Lifters by Dave Eggers

Review on BookGeek Many children’s stories show the protagonist moving to a new town and finding things aren’t ......
02 May

Star Wars: Phasma by Delilah S. Dawson

Review on BookGeek Star Wars: Phasma is a novel about the origin story of the silver stormtrooper from ......
26 Apr

FORGOTTEN BOOKS: The Dark Is Rising Sequence by Susan Cooper

Review on BookGeek After having compiled several ‘Top Ten’ lists for Nudge, I was horrified to find that ......
21 Apr

AUDIO: The Five Realms: The Gift of Dark Hollow by Kieran Larwood

Review on BookGeek I devoured the Redwall books as a pre-teen, a wonderful saga over many thick books ......
20 Apr

Paul Burke’s Top Ten Books vs. Films

Article on BookChap Which is best, the book or the film (or TV series)? People will debate different ...
19 Apr

YA: Moxie by Jennifer Mathieu

Review on BookGeek Easily the best young adult novel I’ve read in ages, this book tells Vivian’s story ......
17 Apr

AUDIO: Losers Bracket by Chris Crutcher

Review on BookGeek A ‘mad as a bucket of frogs’ family, a fostered daughter struggling with loyalties, and ......
06 Apr

Lost Mars: The Golden Age of the Red Planet edited by Mike Ashley

Review on BookGeek The notion of there being life on Mars (if not now, then at some point ...
05 Apr

AUDIO: Angel Catbird by Margaret Atwood

Review on BookGeek Perhaps something of a departure from her more well-known work, although still firmly rooted in ......
01 Apr

The Parentations by Kate Mayfield

Review on BookDiva A dozen people’s lives intertwined through immortality – an interesting read. This novel takes place ......
30 Mar

Meet Me in the Strange by Leander Watts

Review on BookGeek Teenage Davi, along with his sister, lives a rather strange existence on the seventh floor ......
29 Mar

Rise of the Hearts by Antoine Bonner

Review on BookGeek What a curious book. Dubbed as horror, but heavily infiltrated by farcical humour with coming ......
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 ......
23 Mar

Star Wars: The Last Jedi – Expanded Edition by Jason Fry

Review on BookGeek This is a novelisation of the ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ film that includes deleted ......
21 Mar

Star Wars: Battlefront 2 – Inferno Squad by Christie Golden

Review on BookGeek Iden Versio is in a tie fighter when the Deathstar is destroyed. Her survival makes ......
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 ...
16 Mar

The Chalk Man by C.J. Tudor

Review on BookGeek Anyone who’s seen the hype around this book will know it’s being compared to the ......
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 ......
08 Mar

Arrowhead by Ruth Eastham

Review on BookGeek Although I am somewhat older than the target audience for this book I really enjoyed ......