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Why the latest Game of Thrones controversy is more controversial than usual (warning: contains spoilers)

'Game of Thrones' is known for shocking scenes, so what makes this one so particularly disturbing? more

Book review: Teardrop by Lauren Kate

What would you do if you were told to never, ever, under any circumstance whatsoever, cry? more

Book review: Watch Your Back by Karen Rose

Queen of romantic suspense, Karen Rose is back with a new novel, and this time, we get to read Stevie and Clay's story. more

How much do you really trust your doctor?

After reading Dark Whispers, you may find yourself looking for every excuse in the world just to avoid ever having to go to any kind of medical expert ever again. more

Book review: Barracuda by Christos Tsiolkas

If you loved Courtenay’s Australian novels of yester-year, Tully by Paullina Simons or Tsiolkas’s The Slap, read Barracuda. It’s utterly brilliant. more

Book review: The Woman Who Dived into the Heart of the World by Sabina Berman

A touch of magical realism and boatfuls of empathy make this story of an unusual girl’s love of the sea an irresistible debut novel. more

Goodbye, dear Sue Townsend

The much beloved author of 'The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole' series has passed away. This reader has written a heartfelt farewell. more

Welcome to hell, bitch!

One house. Three women. Ten years in hell. Warning: Sensitive content - mentions of torture and rape. more

Your #BookSelfie pics

Our readers joined in on the #BookSelfie trend. more

Books covered in human flesh? Ew

You'd think that the library would probably be one of the last places where you find anything even remotely icky. Well, you were wrong. more

Book review: Switch by Jassy Mackenzie

Jassy Mackenzie's second erotic fiction novel mixes business, pleasure, and a whole lot of kink for a fun, delightful read. more

Book review: The Crane Wife by Patrick Ness

For the reader who loves a story within a story (and good dose of legend and symbolism), Patrick Ness delivers on both accounts. more

Book review: Helen of Troy by Ruby Blondell

Helen of Troy embodies the very idea of perfect beauty, but because of this, she also perfectly embodies male anxieties about female beauty and sexuality. Of which there are many. more

Book review: Horns by Joe Hill

Imagine you could hear all of humanity's darkest, most twisted desires. more

Book review: Banished by Liz de Jager

Banished is an action-packed urban fantasy set in an England filled with magical creatures. more

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