Book Club

Who would you choose to date? The fireman, the sexy sculptor or the aristocratic Italian?

Which option will you choose in this choose your own erotic adventure novel penned by local author Helena S. Paige? more

Crappest CVs ever

“Good day. My name is Pablo Mustafa. I am a former painting assistant to Jesus Christ and Takashi Murakami.” more

Reader opinion: 4 reasons why I’ve decided to give my books away

It’s incomprehensible that people would want to get rid of their book collection, and yet this is exactly what one reader did. Here’s why. more

A reader's open letter to Lena Dunham

‘We both adore Taylor Swift and we both wear panties (sometimes even granny ones).’ more

Book review: Splintered by A.G. Howard

A seductive and imaginative urban gothic fantasy novel that warps the world of Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland and transforms it into a world that you’ve never known before. more

Book review: Rachel’s Blue by Zakes Mda

The pressure of a small town community helps build tense twists and turns into the latest novel from acclaimed South African author Zakes Mda. more

Mockingjay is finally here and we loved it!

The girl on fire burns brighter than ever as she takes on President Snow and his oppressive regime in the first instalment of the conclusion to the Hunger Games trilogy. more

PICS: See the world’s most adorable shaking puppies

Meet the photographer who probably has the best job in the entire world. Puppy shaking shenanigans included. more

What's your favourite word?

One reader tells us about her passion for words. Do you have a word or turn of phrase that you love? Share yours with us. more

Reader opinion: Rediscovering Charles Bosman and the Boer war stories

An avid reader remembers why she fell in love with Herman Charles Bosman's writing. more

Reader book review: Tease by Amanda Maciel

If you’re looking for a book that tackles and highlights the dangers of bullying and harassment, then you should get your hands on a copy of Tease. more

10 books we're loving right now

From the latest book by Zakes Mda to the newest masterpiece from Haruki Murakami, these are the books that have been keeping us hooked this month. more

Book review: Adults Only edited by Joanne Hichens

A collection of stories filled with lust, laughter and delight. more

Book review: Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and his Years of Pilgrimage by Haruki Murakami

A bit like one of his earlier novels, Norwegian Wood, The Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki confronts those intense, bordering obsessive friendships we cultivate as teenagers. more

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