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Bill Bryson, The Road To Little Dribbling review

It's been twenty years since Bill Bryson made his celebrated first tour of the UK in Notes From A Small Island, combining keen insight...

Marlon James, A Brief History Of Seven Killings review

Booker Prize 2015 winner, Marlon James, annihilates the top-ranking competition with his third novel, A Brief History Of Seven Killings, and with a sharp...

Julian Barnes, The Noise Of Time

Following up his 2011 Booker Prize winning novel, A Sense Of An Ending, Julian Barnes released his 12th novel, The Noise Of Time, and...

Anthony Horowitz, Trigger Mortis review

Taking on the challenge of Ian Fleming's James Bond, written in the modern day, but set in the original 1950s timeline, was never going...

Stephen King, The Bazaar Of Bad Dreams

You've only got to scan through the impressive list that is Stephen King's bibliography to get a sense of the importance of any of...

Terry Pratchett, The Shepherd’s Crown review

It's with a heavy heart that we bid a very fond farewell to Terry Pratchett with his final Discworld book, The Shepherd's Crown, which...

Bill Bryson, The Road To Little Dribbling: More Notes From A...

It's been a little while since Bill Bryson's last travel adventure, and in all fairness he's not going too far away in his latest...

Stephen Baxter and Terry Pratchett, The Long Utopia review

The latest installment of Stephen Baxter and Terry Pratchett's multi-world sci-fi odyssey arrived on hardback in June 2015, and as with the previous three...

Haruki Murakami brings back Wind and Pinball in a two novel...

Much celebrated Japanese author, Haruki Murakami, has been a leading light in the new wave of inventive fiction since 1979 when his first novel,...

Harper Lee, Go Set A Watchman review

The eagerly anticipated and somewhat controversial release of Go Set A Watchman, Harper Lee's precursor to her 1960 classic, To Kill A Mockingbird, has finally come...

Ben Elton’s Time And Time Again paperback release

If you know much about chaos theory, you'll be familiar with Edward Lorenz's butterfly effect, and it's this concept of a small action having...

Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands preview

Though we gave our best game of E3 2015 title to Star Wars Battlefront, it was a very close call between it and Ubisoft's...

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