Book Review

Wry, insightful and a pleasure to read

Kati   An excerpt from ‘The Committed’ by Viet Thanh Nguyen. Chapter 1 I may no longer be a spy or a sleeper, but I am most definitely a spook. How can I not
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Bookoccino’s Pascale Kahn talks ‘Rules of Civility’ with Amor Towles

Rules of Civility is a kaleidoscopic portrait of 1930s New York. Bookoccino’s Pascale Kahn talks with Amor Towles about his glittering debut. Our heroine Katey Kontent navigates a world as effervescent as it is
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A beautiful book from the charming world of Gus Gordon

A tender and gently adventuruous gem about the power of friends to soothe aches big and small. Alice, a little piglet, loves life with her grandmother, making lists and créme brûlée, organizing buttons, and
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Bad Blood – John Carreyrou

How did she do it? How did a 19-year-old college dropout become, by age 29, Silicon Valley’s first ­female billionaire entrepreneur, a corporate leader with a personal chef who made her green vegetable juices?
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Love Your Book Shop Day: why they are surviving

"A good bookseller is not someone who sells you the book you knew you wanted, but someone who sells you the book you didn't know you wanted."
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