Reviews (Feature Category)

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Children of Albion

Set in a sink-estate – a kind of microcosmic world where the struggles and strains of the modern world are magnified and intensified- Children of Albion tells the story of children who have become lost: some physically, some emotionally, but all of them living on the edges of life.

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Shtum

Shtum is a novel that stands on its on its own – pure and beautiful and I will not keep shtum about it – everyone should read this glorious novel

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Countless

The lesson I took from Karen Gregory’s debut novel, Countless? Ironically enough was exactly that – count less, live more…

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Petroc’s Church

What do you do when a whole summer stretches out before you and you’re in a beautiful place? Fall in love with a musician of course!

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It’s World Book Day, Here’s A Love Letter to An Enduring Favourite

Today really is the best kind of day for a literature charity, a day when all the bookish people of the world celebrate those glorious things called books. As people young and old celebrate the books that make them laugh and cry, here at Literature Works, our Projects Coordinator joins in with the literary festivities by sharing a love letter to her favourite book.

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Henry and the Yeti

What readers will really want to know is will Henry find a yeti? We’re not going to tell you, but we’re sure you’ll enjoy going on the adventure to find out…

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My Name is Victoria

Walking across the courtyard of Kensington Palace on her way to become companion to one of England’s most important children, the enigmatic Miss V. looks up. There in the window, is the ghostly figure of a little girl who is gone as quickly as see she is seen…

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Speak Gigantular

This collection is delivered with an unmistakably influential voice and drive and brings new modes of thinking in concise commute-friendly stories whose ideas continue to grow in the mind long after reading.

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Letters to the Lost

Letters to the Lost is a book that I think everyone should read. Intended for a young adult readership, this novel, written in a cross genre style of epistolary and traditional narrative is insightful, bold and profound with huge crossover appeal.

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We Review Trouble Next Door and Catch Up with Writer Chris Higgins

Trouble Next Door is the first novel in a brand new series for 5 – 7 year olds from Chris Higgins. A charming story about two little girls navigating a new friendship will appeal to young readers and adults alike…

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Betjeman Poetry Prize

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