Book Club

5 of the funniest bookstore signs

We love it when staff at bookstores get creative with their welcoming slogans. Here are 5 of the most hilarious and quirkiest posts we’ve seen. more

Book review: The Improbability of Love by Hannah Rothschild

Art, food and intrigue are the cornerstones of this enjoyable novel. more

Book review: The Gracekeepers by Kirsty Logan

In Kirsty Logan's debut novel, we are transported into a magical, post-apocalyptic world, where we follow the journey of Callanish, a Gracekeeper and North, a circus performer. more

Eugene De Kock: Prime Evil or Apartheid’s scapegoat?

Anemari Jansen takes us through her journey, expressing what it means to be an Afrikaner in post-Apartheid South Africa and dissects her encounters with one of SA's most notorious killers. more

Book review: Under Ground by S.L. Grey

The world succumbs to a deadly virus, as strangers are confined underground in the Sanctum, a luxurious survival bunker with no where to hide and with deadly consequences. more

Tell us which author you'd like to have dinner with and win

We’re giving you the chance to win both Pretty Girls and Cop Town by Karin Slaughter. Enter now. more

Twilight reimagined: Bella's a boy!

Author of best-selling Twilight saga, Stephanie Meyer has gender-flipped the roles of Bella and Edward in this 10th anniversary edition of Twilight. more

Book review: A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J Maas

This beautifully rendered fantasy novel features a daring heroine, tortured hero and a world cloaked in beauty and deadly secrets. more

Book review: The Stranger by Harlan Coben

A family man is approached by a total stranger in a bar. What this stranger reveals to the plants large seeds of doubt about his, up-until-now, very normal family existence. more

Book review: The Lodger by Louisa Treger

For her debut novel, Louisa Treger decides to explore the life of author, Dorothy Richardson, who was instrumental in the emergence of modernist fiction – and it’s a 100 times better than just reading a biography. more

Book review: Pretty Girls by Karin Slaughter

Unusually for Slaughter, Pretty Girls’ narrators are two ordinary women who find themselves in extraordinary circumstances. What is the truth behind the harrowing tragedies, 20 years apart, that devastate their lives? more

Book review: The Children Act by Ian McEwan

A Court judge has to balance a case with serious religious implications and her deteriorating marriage in this thought-provoking novel. more

Book review: Black Iris by Leah Raeder

In Black Iris, Leah Raeder writes a dark, fierce and sexy tale about Laney, who seeks vengeance on those who've bullied and torn her world apart. more

10 times JK Rowling completely slayed on Twitter

The Harry Potter author has proved, time and time again, that she’s a badass queen on social media. We round up our 10 favourite tweets. more

Book Review: The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins

In her debut novel, Paula Hawkins writes an enthralling psychological thriller that centres on Rachel, who has to come to terms with everything from divorce to murder. more

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