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16 Nov

SECOND OPINION: Silver & Salt by Elanor Dymott

Review on BookHugger A word of warning – this book contains a lot of unhappiness. It is, however, ......
16 Nov

Court of Lions by Jane Johnson

Review on BookHugger A good fiction novel can sometimes educate the reader and this novel did just that. ......
15 Nov

SECOND OPINION: First Person by Richard Flanagan

Review on BookHugger This is the first Richard Flanagan book that I have read. Conscious that he has ...
14 Nov

Swallowing Mercury by Wioletta Greg

Review on BookHugger Does a novel sometimes elude part of its structure? When it is translated from its ......
14 Nov

Histories by Sam Guglani

Review on BookHugger We think of medicine as clinical, precise, sparse, so it should come as little surprise ......
14 Nov

Modern Gods by Nick Laird

Review on BookHugger After a shocking, violent prologue, this book settles into a family drama reminiscent of the ......
13 Nov

Reading Group Guide: The Dreams of Bethany Mellmoth by William Boyd

Article on BookHugger In the second of our new series of reading group guides, Paul Burke poses some ...
13 Nov

Silver & Salt by Elanor Dymott

Review on BookHugger This is the story of Max, a famous photographer moving among the rich and beautiful, ......
13 Nov

All the Rivers by Dorit Rabinyan

Review on BookHugger Banned in Israeli schools for its depiction of a taboo romance, All the Rivers is ......
13 Nov

Encounters Unforeseen: 1492 Retold by Andrew Rowen

Review on BookHugger It is the 525th anniversary of Columbus’s epic voyage and first encounters with Native Americans. ......
12 Nov

Cousins by Salley Vickers

Review on BookHugger It was the title Cousins that drew me to this book due to my being ...
12 Nov

The End of Eddy by Edouard Louis

Review on BookHugger French author Edouard Louis may have not yet reached his mid-twenties, but he has packed ......
12 Nov

The Death of an Owl by Paul Torday and Piers Torday

Review on BookHugger The story starts in 1981 when Charles Fryerne, the narrator, goes up to Oxford. While ......
11 Nov

My Absolute Darling by Gabriel Tallent

Review on BookHugger Julia ‘Turtle’ Alveston is a fourteen-year-old girl who lives in rural Mendocino, California, with her ......
11 Nov

Let Go My Hand by Edward Docx

Review on BookHugger This was a fascinating read and I enjoyed it. We follow a family of three ...
11 Nov

Ten Books That Bite Back by Paul Burke

Article on BookGeek I like gritty fiction, grounded in reality, and I relax with noir detective novels. This ......
10 Nov

SECOND OPINION: Tin Man by Sarah Winman

Review on BookHugger There’s been a lot of hype around Sarah Winman’s latest book, Tin Man. As usual ......
10 Nov

Goodbye Europe: Writers and Artists Say Farewell

Review on BookChap This book contains contributions from 46 people – writers of fiction, nonfiction and art, and ......
10 Nov

Dalila by Jason Donald

Review on BookHugger When I read a book, there is a need not only to gain enjoyment from ...
10 Nov

Gill Chedgey’s Ten Books and Why I Acquired Them

Article on BookChap In the latest instalment in our ‘Ten Books and Why I Acquired Them’ series, Gill ......
09 Nov

Towards Mellbreak by Marie-Elsa Bragg

Review on BookHugger This is a book which stayed with me well after I finished it. But first ...