We review Beth Pattillo’s debut novel, about Emma Douglas’ encounters with The Formidables.
Thirty-three essays on Jane Austen, including Martin Amis and Clueless director Amy Heckerling.
A review of Keris Stainton’s debut novel, about what happens when Della’s diary disappears.
Without The Queen of Whale Cay, we may never have…
Why Annette keeps Marian Keyes next to her seminal feminist texts.
A review of Queen of the Air, Midge Gillies’ biography of aviation queen Amy Johnson.
A review of another banned Blume book, this time it’s the story of Deenie Fenner.
Jill Murphy’s classic creation, The Worst Witch, written when she was only eighteen.
A review of On Both Sides of the Camera, Carolyn Burke’s biography of Lee Miller.
Review of Alice Sebold’s bestseller and Peter Jackson’s cinema adaptation.
A review of After the Party, the long-awaited sequel to Ralph’s Party by Lisa Jewell.
Never mind Harry Potter or Bella Swan, in the old days teens idolised Adrian Mole…