The Girl Who Kicked the Hornets' Nest published in English. Translated as "The Air Castle that blew up" it is the third and final novel in the Trilogy by Swedish writer Stieg Larsson. It was published posthumously. Read all Steig Larsson novels
Read the opening extract of the brand new Gillian Galbraith book before its publication on 22/09/2014
For all of you in reading groups and need guidance to select your next group read look no further than our reading group category. Why not print off a few opening extracts to read before you decide? And you get an extra 5% discount when you order 5, or more, copies of the same title.
Lies We Tell Ourselves Robin Talley
October 2014 Debut of the Month.
Fascinating, commanding and stimulating; this work of fiction is steeped in the history of the American school integration struggle... Format: Paperback - Released: 03/10/2014
Did you know that the first recorded reading groups were among women working in factories in the nineteenth century?
And now, according to research undertaken a few years ago, there are tens of thousands of groups meeting regularly in the UK reading everything from literary classics to technical manuals!
Of course, if you are in a book group, choosing what to read next can be a serious matter as not every book has subject matter that can really be dicussed. So to help you Lovereading has decided to lend a hand by, each month, selecting a number of books we feel are perfect and will give your group a rewarding discussion as well as a rewarding read.
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The Thread Victoria Hislop
This is an enthralling novel from the million-copy bestselling author of The Island and The Return. Victoria Hislop is brilliant at setting the scene so you, the reader,...
The Rosie Project Graeme Simsion
A thoroughly charming book from this witty and intelligent Australian writer. Don leads a very ordered life. He does not consider himself odd, does not notice how much he shares...
The Art of Baking Blind Sarah Vaughan
With most of us besotted by The Great British Bake Off this lovely book comes to further nurture our appetite. It is indeed about baking, but its heart is about...
The Ruby Slippers Keir Alexander
A remarkable and thought-provoking debut novel, which immediately becomes a compulsive read. Written with great eloquence, the tale transports you into an everyday reality filled with exquisite loss and longing....
Daughter Jane Shemilt
September 2014 Book of the Month.
A tale of abduction/murder/disappearance? We the reader know not and so the tension and mystery builds. It...
The Secret Place Tana French
September 2014 Book of the Month.
A stunning murder mystery, yes, Tana French has awards that say so, but as with all her...
The Railwayman's Wife Ashley Hay
Savour every second of this stunning novel, take your time, don't rush, don't miss a single solitary word. The setting, Thirroul in Australia at the end of the Second World...
Little Lies Liane Moriarty
August 2014 Book of the Month.
Fabulously different and remarkably clever, this page-turner of an intimate yet scandalous tale keeps you guessing right...
Buddhaland Brooklyn Richard C. Morais
As he approaches his fortieth birthday, the introverted monk Seido Oda is ordered by his superior to leave behind his peaceful, quiet refuge in the remote mountains of Japan and...