Humour

27 Sep

The Mystery of Mercy Close, by Marian Keyes

Review on BookDiva A well written book with funny and life-like characters and a perfect balance between light relief and dark moments....
12 Sep

The Pirates! in an Adventure with the Romantics, by Gideon Defoe

Review on BookGeek The Pirate Captain is, in fact, quite possibly the best literary hero ever conceived. He certainly has the glossiest bea...
09 Sep

Fifty Shames of Earl Grey, by Fanny Merkin

Review on BookDiva It made me laugh and it really made me want a cup of tea...
12 Jul

How to Forget, by Marius Brill

Review on BookChap How to Forget is great fun, with interesting protagonists and a fast-paced plot full of comic set pieces and wit. Anyone...
04 Jul

The Greatest Love Story of All Time, by Lucy Robinson

Review on BookDiva An incredibly funny story of the disasters of love in the digital age, including the hazardous world of internet dating....
15 Jun

It’s a Wicked Business

Extract on BookDiva Whether it's monkey business, funny business, or getting down to business, Janet Evanovich's Lizzy and Diesel series pro...
11 Jun

The Coffee Table Book of Doom, by Steven Appleby & Art Lester

Review on BookChap A bit of a mix of the Horrible History cartoon style sense of humour, but about physics, the cosmos and eco-system and h...
03 May

Apocalypse Cow, by Michael Logan

Article on BookGeek Michael Logan’s Apocalypse Cow is the joint winner of the inaugural Terry Pratchett Anywhere But ......
07 Apr

The Various Lives of Keats and Chapman, by Flann O’Brien

Review on BookHugger Reading Flann O’Brien’s collection of short pieces, The Various Lives of Keats and Chapman, is like listening to a t...
05 Apr

An extract from 666 Charing Cross Road

Extract on BookGeek Packed with vampires, the undead, eccentrics... A smart, gothic and darkly funny new take on the undead by acclaimed aut...
13 Mar

Smut, by Alan Bennett

Article on BookChap Alan Bennett’s latest offering appears in the form of two short stories, both with a ......
02 Mar

Milligan’s Meaning of Life, by Spike Milligan

Article on BookChap Spike Milligan is an undisputed genius, of sorts. And as noted by his agent in ...
22 Feb

Eric, by Terry Pratchett

Review on BookGeek Eric is a demonologist. He may be young, and he may be more than a little nerdy, but he knows what he wants… And what ...
01 Feb

Love at Absolute Zero, by Christopher Meeks

Article on BookHugger Remember when you used to hang out at the local boozer hoping to bump into ...
12 Jan

Read an Extract from 52 Seductions

Article on BookDiva Betty and Herbert recount how they go about re-injecting the sizzle back into their love life!...
08 Jan

Fated, by S G Browne

Article on BookGeek ‘Rule 1 – Don’t get involved with humans’ – to be followed by the immortal ......
22 Nov

You Kant Make It Up

Article on BookLife Read an extract from You Kant Make It Up, by Gary Hayden, which showcases Strange Ideas From History's Great Philosphers...
21 Nov

At Sea, by Laurie Graham

Article on BookDiva This is the type of novel you don’t come across much anymore. It’s quirky and ......
06 Nov

God, No!, by Penn Jillette

Article on BookHugger In the interest of full disclosure, I am both a staunch atheist and an ardent ...
19 Oct

Simon’s Cat has Kitten Chaos

Article on BookHugger Simon's Cat is back in a new book with a kitten wreaking havoc. Watch a video taster here!...