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Confessions of a reluctant book lender

There’s nothing worse than someone who does not return the book that someone lent to them. ...read more

Fifty Shades of Grey gets the granny treatment

"She moaned as the sudden spurt of hot white liquid soaked her quivering cleavage. It was the third time she'd spilt her Horlicks that week." ...read more

Would you read a book by an author who’s lied about the story?

The answer to this question isn't as clear cut as you'd think, says Tammy February. ...read more

Book review: Unteachable by Leah Raeder

What would you do if you discovered that the man you had a one night stand with, is also your new film studies teacher? ...read more

Book review: Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel

It starts off as one would expect a clichéd post-apocalyptic fiction novel to start, but one soon becomes aware that this is no run of the mill love triangle story. ...read more

Three women. Ten years. One monster.

Three young women were kidnapped in the early 2000s. They were held for 10 years in what can only be described as a personal hell. This is their brave story. ...read more

Book review: The Sandman by Lars Kepler

The Sandman is the latest in the Lars Kepler (a writing duo) series featuring the cop hero Joona Linna, who is just as competent, tenacious and fearless this time around. ...read more

Book review: Prince of Fools by Mark Lawrence

This is easily one of my favourite books of the year, blending a quest adventure story with a deeper, darker one seamlessly. ...read more

5 things bound to happen when reading erotic fiction

Because who doesn’t dream of having their own fictional bad boy? ...read more

50 Shades of Sexual Emancipation

Like it or not, Fifty Shades of Grey has done a lot for the empowering of women's sexuality, says Lili Radloff. ...read more

Lied about reading a book?

We asked. You sheepishly confessed. Because ain’t nobody got time for Tolstoy’s War and Peace. ...read more

Book review: The Infinite Sea by Rick Yancey

The wildly successful follow up to Rick Yancey’s award-winning dystopian fiction novel, The 5th Wave. ...read more

Book review: The City by Dean Koontz

Dean Koontz veers from type with this tender, character-driven story. ...read more

Book review: Burn for Me by Ilona Andrews

Full of fabulous banter and snark, plotty intrigue, and well drawn characters who are all a little mad, bad, and dangerous to know – this book is a must read! ...read more

Book review: The Forever Watch by David Ramirez

The Forever Watch is a complex, unpredictable read overflowing with ideas and new twists on familiar tropes. ...read more

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