Book Club

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

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

Book review: The Puppet Boy of Warsaw by Eva Weaver

Eva Weaver perfectly captures the atmosphere, the horror, and the suspense surrounding the events of World War 2 in her novel, The Puppet Boy of Warsaw. more

Book review: Fairy Tales from the Brothers Grimm: A New English Version edited by Philip Pullman

Snow White isn't woken by a kiss, Cinderella doesn’t have a fairy godmother and the princess didn’t kiss the frog prince. more

Book review: The Truth About Alice by Jennifer Mathieu

Jennifer Mathieu’s The Truth About Alice is a book that deals with slut shaming and clearly demonstrates how crowd mentality brings out the worst in people. more

Goodbye Reeva - you'll never be forgotten

Reeva Steenkamp’s death left a deep void in the family, a fact that was only driven home when they gathered together to bid her a final farewell. more

A reader's open letter to Lena Dunham

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

Book review: Emperor of Thorns by Mark Lawrence

As can be expected in one of Lawrence’s novels, bloodshed, carnage and large-scale destruction is never far away. more

Book review: The Enchanted by Rene Denfeld

Told mainly from the perspective of an inmate who remains unnamed until the end, this book explores the harsh reality of life in prison. more

Book review: The Miniaturist by Jessie Burton

The Miniaturist is an atmospheric, dark and absorbing portrayal of what greed can do to men and women. more

Behind the door: The Oscar and Reeva Story

Investigative journalists Mandy Wiener and Barry Bateman unpack the facts behind the murder trial of Oscar Pistorius. more

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