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Paperback books news and reviews, including upcoming release dates, as well as our take on the paperbacks we’ve managed to scan our beady little eyes over…

Erotically Ever After, by Rachel Kenley, paperback release date

Erotically Ever After, Edited by Rachel Kenley, sounds like it's going to be hilarious. Like the Kama Sutra of the fairy tale world it...

I, Partridge by Steve Coogan review

Steve Coogan has been a comedy legend for more than 20 years and I, Partridge brings the entire length and indeed breadth of his...

Dublinesque by Enrique Vila-Matas paperback release date

The first English language release of Dublinesque by Enrique Vila-Matas pays tribute to the work of James Joyce coinciding with the 90th anniversary of...

Kevin Smith brings back The Bionic Man

Cult director and actor Kevin Smith (Mall Rats, Red State) is about to reprieve Steve Austen (not the one that smashed up The Rock...

I, Partridge: We Need to Talk About Alan paperback

Aha! Kiss my face. Mmhh. With typical self aggrandising North Norfolk whit, Alan Partridge returned in 2012 in the paperback release of I, Partridge:...

Tony Parsons heads to Thailand in new paperback release, Catching the...

It's easily one of the most eye catching front covers in literature in recent years and by the sound of things, it's not the...

Yrsa Sigurdardottir The Day Is Dark paperback release

With three previous outings in the Thora Gudmundsdottir, Yrsa Sigurdardottir’s The Day Is Dark paperback release will come as a welcome return for its...

The Secret Life of William Shakespeare by Judy Morgan

When you think of a hardback book about the secret life of William Shakespeare you first imagine that it’s going to be a historical...

Terry Pratchett’s Snuff paperback

Terry Pratchett's latest Discworld novel, Snuff, has been confirmed for paperback release on the 7th June 2012, just in time for sunshine reading. Pratchett's...

The Psychopath Test, by Jon Ronson

The Psychopath Test by Jon Robson brings the scope of the general madness of society to paperback, as he investigates the nature of the...

Martin Amis, The Pregnant Widow

From the look of the front cover, you might be fooled into thinking that Martin Amis’ The Pregnant Widow is a fun holiday read,...

Solar, by Ian McEwan – book review

Ian McEwan's Solar is darkly comic, interesting and absorbing in parts, but overall a bit unfulfilling unless seen as a warning against selfish egoistic...

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