Discussion: 13/05/2009 at 01:57PM
Looks like a great event – wish I could have been there!
Discussion: 24/04/2009 at 10:09AM
Aware of my interest in books set in (or under!) London, a couple of CN users recommended Neil Gaiman’s Neverwhere to me. Having recently enjoyed that novel, I’ve been looking out for a good com…
Discussion: 24/04/2009 at 09:51AM
Alan Baker’s novel is wonderful and he definitely deserves all the ‘heat’ points he receives on the CN website.
Looking forward to the next novel with unabated excitement and glee!
Discussion: 07/04/2009 at 02:52PM
Great job, ladies! I hadn’t heard of this book before, but it sounds quite delightful and I shall look forward to commencing it once I can get hold of a copy.
I also loved the tips on how to rea…
Discussion: 11/03/2009 at 10:22AM
Oooh! Thanks so much for all the links!
Discussion: 02/03/2009 at 09:55PM
Definitely a genre I have not explored enough. I was chatting a while ago to a guy who is working on Manga Shakespeare which sounded great! I guess perhaps I have been guilty in the past of not tak…
Discussion: 02/03/2009 at 09:20PM
The real challenge is the easy accessibility of chain bookstores – when they are capable of opening a shop on every other street, it makes it more of an effort to go out of one’s way to peruse the …
Discussion: 02/03/2009 at 06:45PM
I have actually read The Read – it is very good and I would recommend it. I agree that it might seem as though we have enough literature in English but literature in translation does give another p…
Discussion: 17/02/2009 at 03:17PM
I think I’m torn slightly between Cathcart and Major Major Major Major Major.
I love the first encounter with Cathcart in the book but Major’s name is completely inspired.
But then there’s als…
Discussion: 17/02/2009 at 12:37PM
Great article! :)