20 Aug

We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves, by Karen Joy Fowler

BookHugger Fowler’s Man Booker Prize-longlisted tenth novel is a tragicomic meditation on animal experimentation and the psycholo...
19 Aug

Author Francois Lelord introduces Hector and the Search for Happiness

BookHugger Over two million readers worldwide have engaged with psychiatrist François Lelord’s modern fable Hector and ......
19 Aug

The Constant Nymph, by Margaret Kennedy

BookHugger Upon its publication in 1924, Margaret Kennedy's second novel, The Constant Nymph, leapt straight to the top of the best...
18 Aug

The Final Silence, by Stuart Neville

BookNoir This is a book for anyone who enjoys an in depth, well written and thrilling story written by an author who weaves magic...
18 Aug

All My Puny Sorrows, by Miriam Toews

BookHugger A bittersweet meditation of the passage from childhood to adulthood, and how sadness can be passed down through generati...
15 Aug

War of the Roses: Trinity, by Conn Iggulden

BookChap The second instalment in Iggulden's ambitious Wars of the Roses trilogy delivers well-choreographed conflict at the expe...
15 Aug

A Feast for Crows, by George R. R. Martin

BookGeek The kingdoms of Westeros and the regions around them need a period of quiet consolidation to recover and prepare for the...
15 Aug

The Thing About December, by Donal Ryan

BookHugger A wrenching story of greed and the persistence of grief, Ryan’s second novel follows one simple young man through a ye...
14 Aug

The Enchanted Places, by Christopher Milne

BookLife The Times: 'An autobiography of extraordinary tact as well as candour'.
14 Aug

Landline, by Rainbow Rowell

BookDiva 'If you had a second chance at love, would you make the same call?'
13 Aug

Spook’s: A New Darkness, by Joseph Delaney

BookLife The first in 'The Starblade Chronicles' by brilliant author, Joseph Delaney, this is the first book with Thomas Ward as ...
13 Aug

Of Scars and Stardust, by Andrea Hannah

BookHugger The presence of a colony of wolves in a small Ohio town threatens to tear a family apart......
12 Aug

The Path Through the Trees, by Christopher Milne

BookChap 'Warm, honest and often amusing... he traces the path which, after several wrong turnings, ultimately led him... to est...
12 Aug

The Book of Life, by Deborah Harkness

BookGeek This was very close to a perfect reading experience
11 Aug

Terra, by Mitch Benn

BookGeek A debut science fiction novel by a comedian and musician with cover praise from Neil Gaiman , Mitch Benn writes a confid...
11 Aug

Moss Witch and Other Stories, by Sara Maitland

BookHugger These fourteen short stories inspired by scientific developments – both past and present –blend hypotheses and super...
06 Aug

Win copies of The Book of Leeds, and The Book of Liverpool!

BookHugger This is The Book of Leeds: Millgarth Police Station reverberates with the early adrenalin-rush of ......
06 Aug

ITV3′s Crime Thriller Book Club Needs You!

BookNoir Do you know your Morse from your Marple? Your Lewis from your Luthor? Or your ...
17 Jul

Topic of Cancer

BookHugger My daughter Alice showed me her book project. The book chosen was one I’d heard of but had dismissed as yet another YA...
17 Jul

Scout’s Honour

BookChap Arsenal fans will love this quite brilliant book which lifts the lid on how certain players end up playing in the strip ...
17 Jul

Channelling Joyce

BookHugger The saga of how Eimear McBride’s award-winning debut novel languished in the slush pile for a decade before becoming a...