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Yann Martel, The High Mountains Of Portugal review

Booker Prize winning author of The Life Of Pi, Yann Martel, returned in February 2016 with his tenth book, The High Mountains Of Portugal,...

Judd Apatow, gets Sick in the Head: Conversations About Life and...

You and we both/all know Judd Apatow for his box office busting King Kong kahuna burgers of comedy with the likes of Anchorman 2:...

Julian Barnes, The Noise Of Time review

Julian Barnes' The Noise Of Time is as much a homage to Russian composer Shostakovich's low level rebellion of traditional form and populism as it...

William Shatner, Leonard: My Fifty-Year Friendship With A Remarkable Man biography

Following the death of Leonard Nimoy in February 2015, we've had to live long and prosper without the man that brought us Spock (as...

Nick Frost, Truths, Half Truths and Little White Lies review

There's a weird similarity between reading an autobiography and your average, run of the mill quickening from immortal epic, The Highlander, and with Nick...

Steve Coogan, Easily Distracted review

The title for Steve Coogan's Easily Distracted is as much a description of his autobiography as it is of his life, but it's pulled together...

Orphan X, Gregg Hurwitz release

Thrillers may well have been derided slightly in literature circles over the years, but you can't argue with their success and enduring appeal, whether...

Nicholas Searle debuts with The Good Liar

There's a pretty impressive history of writers appearing from the shadows of secret government life to become an author with Ian Flemming's prolific career...

They All Love Jack: Busting The Ripper by Bruce Robinson review

There have been a number of weak reviews of Bruce Robinson's impressive Victorian indictment, They All Love Jack: Busting The Ripper, with The Guardian...

Brian Blessed, Absolute Pandemonium review

Brian Blessed's Absolute Pandemonium: An Autobiography is easily the most fun entertainment we've had reading a book since I, Partridge. The name alone should tell...

The Man With The Golden Typewriter by Ian Fleming and Fergus...

During his relatively short, but prolific career as the mastermind author behind licensed to kill super spy, James Bond, Ian Flemming spent a lot...

In Order To Live, by Yeonmi Park, review

With such an insular approach to international relations, we don't really get all that much in the way of personal accounts of the daily...

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