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18 Jun

AUDIO: The World’s Worst Children 3 by David Walliams

Review on BookLife Modern morality tales with old-fashioned lessons at their heart and very appealing retributions. The third ......
12 Jun

Bookworm: A Memoir of Childhood Reading by Lucy Mangan

Review on BookLife It is easy to spot a bookworm at a party, they are looking for the ...
09 Jun

Girl With Dove: A Life Built By Books by Sally Bayley

Review on BookLife When Sally Bayley was around the age of four, her baby brother, who had been ...
07 Jun

Don’t Ever Look Behind Door 32 by B.C.R. Fegan

Review on BookLife Don’t Ever Look Behind Door 32 by B.C.R. Fegan is set in the magical hotel of ......
07 Jun

AUDIO: Purposeful: Are You a Manager or a Movement Starter? by Jennifer Dulski

Review on BookLife Jennifer Dulski, the head of Groups at Facebook, and former president of Change.org, conveys how ......
06 Jun

The Wainwright Book Prize 2018 longlist has been announced!

Article on BookLife This is the fifth year of this prize and the books that make it onto ...
05 Jun

The Seabird’s’ Cry: The Lives and Loves of Puffins, Gannets and Other Ocean Voyagers by Adam Nicolson (illustrated by Kate Boxer)

Review on BookLife Life on the open ocean is harsh, relentless and unforgiving. To survive there takes resilience ......
05 Jun

The Dun Cow Rib by John Lister-Kaye

Review on BookLife For the last 40 years, John Lister-Kaye has run the Aigas Field Centre, an old ...
31 May

Author meets Reviewer: Dixe Wills meets Paul Cheney

Article on BookLife “Small in stature but very big on charm, Britain’s tiniest treasures have always been worth ......
31 May

Tiny Britain by Dixe Wills

Review on BookLife For a small country, we have an awful lot of places to visit, but how ...
31 May

The Art of Not Falling Apart by Christina Patterson

Review on BookLife Freud referred to love and work as “the cornerstones of our humanness” and although Christina ......
30 May

Heavy Years by Augustus Young

Review on BookLife Heavy Years is a remarkable mix of memoir, polemic and fictional illustration of events from ......
30 May

Eagle Country by Seán Lysaght

Review on BookLife When you think of eagles, you imagine them perched on an eyrie high in the ...
29 May

Why Do Birds Suddenly Disappear? by Lev Parikian

Review on BookLife At the age of 12, Lev Parikian was an avid birdwatcher. He had a huge ...
28 May

Dynasty by Christina Oxenberg

Review on BookLife An absorbing personal account of one of Europe’s royal families. Oxenberg is an endearing writer ......
21 May

Mission Possible by Ash Dykes

Review on BookLife By the age of twenty five, Ash Dykes had achieved two world firsts – walking ...
18 May

The Salt Path by Raynor Winn

Review on BookLife The bad news came fast, Raynor Winn’s husband had just been diagnosed with a terminal ......
14 May

The Long Spring: Tracking the Arrival of Spring Through Europe by Laurence Rose

Review on BookLife At the very south of Europe, spring begins around early February, and often on San ......
14 May

AUDIO: Dear Zoo and Friends by Rod Campbell

Review on BookLife One hour long, if you know Campbell’s books you’ll find the text extended from several ......
09 May

MI5 and Me by Charlotte Bingham

Review on BookLife This is a light and amusing read – not quite what I was expecting from ...
08 May

Author meets Reviewer: Matt Gaw meets Paul Cheney

Article on BookLife Matt Gaw’s The Pull of the River follows two friends as they set out in ...