Friday, September 20, 2019

The Good Books List: Five new books to sink your teeth...

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The Dreamers by Karen Thompson Walker One by one, people in a small Californian town are falling asleep - and not waking up. A strange,...

REVIEW: Books of the month: Consider the Oyster / In Extremis

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Consider the Oyster by M.F.K. Fisher (paperback, £9.99). Out now. A book originally published in 1941 about oysters does not sound like a immediate must-read,...

BN1 Book Club X City Books – The Good Books List...

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Independent Hove bookshop selects its favourite releases this month. Chamber Music: About the Wu-Tang (in 36 Pieces) by Will Ashon Inspired by the groundbreaking debut album...

BN1 Book Club X City Books – The Good Books List...

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Independent Hove book shop City Books lists their bestsellers for this month... Melmoth by Sarah Perry £16.99 Sarah Perry returns following the huge success of The...

Book of the Week: Halloween: Simon Maree’s Mischief Maker

Halloween is upon us, and what better time to shine a mist drenched gaslight on a somewhat reclusive local writer of paranormal fiction and...

BN1 Book Club X City Books – The Good Books List...

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Independent Hove book shop City Books lists their bestsellers for this month... What Would Boudicca Do? E Foaley & B Coates Life lessons and problem solving for...

Steven Stelfox returns in John Niven’s ‘Kill Your Friends’ sequel: ‘Kill...

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10 years since the release of his cult novel Kill Your Friends, John Niven brings the return of the murderous misogynist that is Steven...

City Books releases their bestsellers for August

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Calypso by David Sedaris. Hardback, published by Little Brown (signed copies available). A new collection of brilliantly funny observational essays from legendary David Sedaris. If you haven't discovered...

BN1 Book Club: Transcription by Kate Atkinson review

Transcription by Kate Atkinson review. Published 6th September, Transworld. Kate Atkinson's new book is set both during and post-war; in 1950's London, Juliet Armstrong is...

REVIEW: Matt Haig’s Notes On A Nervous Planet

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Notes On A Nervous Planet, by best-selling Brighton author Matt Haig, was released earlier this month. A follow up to 2015’s Reasons To Stay...