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Sharif Gemie reviews The Dawn of Language: Axes, lies, midwifery and how we came to talk, Sverker Johansson

Sharif Gemie reviews Sverker Johansson’s The Dawn of Language which weighs in at over 400 pages; adroitly translated by Frank Perry. The Great Simplifiers Each month produces a new crop of hefty volumes; and each […]

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Reading Lists

Book Blasts Top 5 Nature Books to Transform Social Isolating

  BookBlast’s Top 5 Nature Books to transform social isolating at home into awe and wonder at the complexity and radiance of nature’s abundance and beauty. Never has the word “social” been more used, just […]

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Fiction

Review The Rain Watcher, Tatiana de Rosnay

BookBlast reviews The Rain Watcher by bestselling novelist Tatiana de Rosnay. Together with Dan Brown, Stephanie Meyer and Stieg Larsson, she has been named one of the top ten fiction writers in Europe. “The flooding […]

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Explorations

Podcast Extinction Rebellion & climate activist Dom Goetz

Find out about Extinction Rebellion, sign up at rebellion earth, and hear climate activist, Dom Goetz, give a succinct fifteen minute summary of what faces us all if emergency action is not taken NOW. I […]

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Non Fiction

Review The 10 Worst of Everything: The Big Book of Bad, Sam Jordison

BookBlast reviews Sam Jordison’s The 10 Worst of Everything: The Big Book of Bad, a compelling source of alternative general knowledge We live in an increasingly polarised mad and maddening world seemingly going from bad […]

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Non Fiction

Zola and the Victorians, Eileen Horne Review

Borne out of a personal fascination with the most prominent French novelist of the late 19th century, Zola and the Victorians by Eileen Horne is a work of imaginative narrative non fiction which is a […]