Monthly book reviews on the novels we’ve enjoyed. Join in the conversation and become part of our online book club.
A Spell of Good Things by Ayobami Adebayo | Book Club
Jen Campbell reviews the author’s highly anticipated second novel.
Cooking with Mushrooms by Andrea Gentl | Book Club
Early mushroom memories and umami bombs with the New York-based photographer and cookbook author.
A Countryside Reading Diary | Book Club
Jen Campbell on three choice novels for a week in the New Forest.
Ghost Music by An Yu | Book Club
Jen Campbell reviews the second novel from the acclaimed author of Braised Pork.
Breakfast with… Kamila Shamsie
Jo Rodgers meets the London-based author of Best of Friends for a walk around Primrose Hill.
Best of the Booker Prize 2022 | Book Club
Jen Campbell reads the shortlisted books for this year’s award.
Without Warning and Only Sometimes by Kit de Waal | Book Club
Jen Campbell speaks to the author about her memoir recalling her 1960s childhood.
An Environmental Reading List for Making Positive Change | Book Club
Sustainability writer Anna Turns recommends her favourite eco-conscious books.
Unexpected Origin Stories | Book Club
Jen Campbell reads Scattered All Over the Earth by Yoko Tawada and Cold Enough for Snow by Jessica Au.
Women’s Prize for Fiction 2022 | Book Club
Jen Campbell reviews the shortlisted books for this year’s literary award.
Breakfast with… Meg Mason
Jo Rodgers meets the Sydney-based author of Sorrow and Bliss for a stroll around Chelsea Physic Garden.
Unspoken Things | Book Club
Jen Campbell considers Chloë Ashby’s fiction debut and Huma Qureshi’s short story collection.
The Exchanges between Art, Nature and Writing | Book Club
Jen Campbell considers Tom de Freston’s debut non-fiction book Wreck and Lulah Ellender’s Grounding.
Breakfast with… Lauren Groff
Jo Rodgers speaks to the Florida-based author about her latest novel reimagining the life of 12th century poet Marie de France.
The Christie Affair by Nina de Gramont | Book Club
Jen Campbell reviews the mystery novel inspired by Agatha Christie’s own disappearance in 1926.
Worn: A People’s History of Clothing | Book Club
Author Sofi Thanhauser on her exploration of five fabrics through society, gender politics and the planet.
Edible Flowers: How, Why, and When We Eat Flowers | Book Club
Monica Nelson highlights blooms in culinary usage and how they have been integral to our cultures.
Jen Campbell's Best Books of 2021 | Book Club
A round up of literary favourites published this year.