Earlier this month we stopped to reflect on the diverse range of high quality fiction we have read in the first half of 2017 – the end result being our Best Books of 2017 so far list. Since this list contains books worthy of celebrating, we have run twitter polls posing the question “Which of […]
A gripping novel that gives readers a rare glimpse into Colombia’s notorious drug wars, told by someone who knows the landscape intimately. A Reluctant Warrior Synopsis : When Luzma’s brother Jair unwittingly uncovers the plan by Colombia’s most notorious drug cartel to smuggle an unprecedented cocaine shipment into the US, it puts their family in grave danger. Jair’s […]
Today we welcome author Megan Goldin to Booklover Book Reviews to celebrate the release of her debut novel The Girl in Kellers Way and to discuss whether suspense has a place in a wired world. Our brief review of this novel and an opportunity for you to win a copy thanks to Penguin Books Australia then follows.
We have just surpassed 1500 followers on Twitter, so we are celebrating with a worldwide book giveaway! Since here at Booklover Book Reviews we are all about reading diversely, whether that be genre, setting or author origin, this giveaway will reflect that. Anyone that lives in a country that Book Depository ships to (pretty much […]
Today we welcome author David Cohen to Booklover Book Reviews to share with us the story behind his latest novel, Disappearing off the Face of the Earth. ‘David Cohen takes suburban life and turns it into a warped comedy with a body count, letting weirdness in, compellingly, irresistibly, until our sense of what’s real is […]
Today we welcome Robert Wainwright to Booklover Book Reviews to share with us the writing journey that led to his latest book, Miss Muriel Matters: The Australian actress who became one of London’s most famous suffragists. And, thanks to Harper Collins Australia – ABC Books, we have a paperback copy to giveaway. — I have been […]
Today we welcome Cassandra Austin to Booklover Book Reviews to share the inspiration behind her debut novel All Fall Down. And, thanks to Penguin Random House Australia, we have a paperback copy to giveaway. — I blame the existence of my novel All Fall Down on Mr. Causabon. Remember Mr. Causabon? Dorothea’s unbearably dry and pedantic husband in […]
Today we welcome Kirk Kjeldsen to Booklover Book Reviews to share with us how he came to write his latest book Land of Hidden Fires. And, thanks to Grenzland Press, we have a paperback copy to giveaway. — I first heard about my great-grandfather Agnar Kjeldsen’s younger brother Anfinn while visiting family in Norway in […]