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The most popular Literary companions, book reviews & guides books currently available. Updated weekly.
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Game of Thrones: A Guide to Westeros and Beyond: The Only Official Guide to the Complete HBO TV Series
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Fierce Bad Rabbits: The Tales Behind Children's Picture Books
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Penguin Book Quiz: From The Very Hungry Caterpillar to Ulysses - The Perfect Gift!
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Be More Jane: Bring out Your Inner Austen to Meet Life's Challenges
Follow the wise words of one of the world's best-loved authors to lead a happier life.
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Feel Free: Essays
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John Ruskin: An Idiosyncratic Dictionary Encompassing his Passions, his Delusions and his Prophecies
Published to coincide withthe bi-centenary of Ruskin's birth, John Ruskin: An IdiosyncraticDictionary Encompassing his Passions, his Delusions and his Prophecies provides an accessible way into the worldof Ruskin and his writing.
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Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (SparkNotes Literature Guide)
When an essay is due and dreaded exams loom, this title offers students what they need to succeed. It provides chapter-by-chapter analysis, explanations of key themes, motifs, and symbols, a review quiz and essay topics. It is suitable for late-night studying and paper writing.
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Secret Life of Books: Why They Mean More Than Words
A beautiful gift book that will change the way you see books for ever
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Handmaid's Tale: York Notes for A-level
Get everything you need to achieve your full potential at English Literature A Level or AS with York Notes Study Guides, now updated for Assessment Objectives 1 to 5.
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Dark Powers of Tolkien
An in-depth and illustrated guide to Tolkien's dark powers.
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Jacob's Room is Full of Books: A Year of Reading
SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR - BRAND NEW HARDCOVER
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Little Library Year: Recipes and reading to suit each season
Kate Young returns with a book about eating and reading through the seasons.
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Sherlock Holmes
Brimming with strange and amusing facts,Sherlock Holmes from Rydon Publishing explores this timelesscharacter and the continuation of impact it has had on audiences today.
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Shelf Life: Writers on Books and Reading
The many facets of book-mania are pondered and celebrated with both sincerity and irreverence in this lively selection of essays, poems, lectures and commentaries ranging from the 16th to the 20th century.
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Golden Age of Science Fiction: A Journey into Space with 1950s Radio, TV, Films, Comics and Books
A personal account of science fiction in the 1950s and why, for the author as well as many others, the decade marked the golden age of the genre.
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Tolkien and the Great War: The Threshold of Middle-Earth
* TOLKIEN * Now a major motion picture * Acclaimed as `the best book about Tolkien', this award-winning biography explores J.R.R. Tolkien's wartime experiences and their impact on his life and his writing of The Hobbit and The Lord of The Rings.
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Rooms of One's Own: 50 Places That Made Literary History
Visit the historic places where great works of literature were written
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Monster, She Wrote: The Women Who Pioneered Horror and Speculative Fiction
Weird fiction wouldn t exist without the women who created it. Meet the female authors who defied convention to craft some of literature s strangest tales. And find out why their own stories are equally intriguing.
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J.R.R. Tolkien
Brimming with strange and amusing facts, Amazing & Extraordinary Facts: J.R.R Tolkien explores all aspects of the incredible Tolkien phenomenon.
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Hooded Gunman: An Illustrated History of Collins Crime Club
A lavish full-colour celebration of the 2000 books by more than 250 authors published by the iconic Crime Club between 1930 and 1994.
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Playing Jane Austen: Parlour Plays for Drawing-Room Performance
Playing Jane includes 7 scenes for the reader to perform, adapted from Austen's novels with accompanying stage directions and advice on the correct silks and muslins to wear, you too can learn how to play Jane.
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Shakespeare's Twelfth Night
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Literary Trails: Haworth and the Bront s
A walking companion for fans of the Bronte family and the Yorkshire countryside.
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Doll's House: York Notes for A-level
Get everything you need to achieve your full potential at English Literature A Level or AS with York Notes Study Guides, now updated for Assessment Objectives 1 to 5.
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Tess of the D'Urbervilles: York Notes for A-level
Get everything you need to achieve your full potential at English Literature A Level or AS with York Notes Study Guides, now updated for Assessment Objectives 1 to 5.
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Wuthering Heights: York Notes for A-level
Get everything you need to achieve your full potential at English Literature A Level or AS with York Notes Study Guides, now updated for Assessment Objectives 1 to 5.
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Pride and Prejudice SparkNotes Literature Guide
When an essay is due and dreaded exams loom, this book offers students what they need to succeed. It provides chapter-by-chapter analysis, explanations of key themes, motifs and symbols, a review quiz, and essay topics. It is suitable for late-night studying and paper writing.
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Decorating a Room of One's Own:: Conversations on Interior Design with Miss Havisham, Jane Eyre, Victor Frankenstein, Elizabeth Bennet, Ishmael, and Other Literary Notables
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Macbeth SparkNotes Literature Guide
When an essay is due and dreaded exams loom, this book offers students what they need to succeed. It provides chapter-by-chapter analysis, explanations of key themes, motifs and symbols, a review quiz, and essay topics. It is suitable for late-night studying and paper writing.
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Chaucer's People: Everyday Lives in the Middle Ages
A fascinating exploration of the Middle Ages through the lives of Geoffrey Chaucer's pilgrims in The Canterbury Tales.
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Story of Classic Crime in 100 Books
This book tells the story of crime fiction published during the first half of the twentieth century. The diversity of this much-loved genre is breathtaking, and so much greater than many critics have suggested.
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London: An Illustrated Literary Companion
A fascinating literary overview of London through the centuries.
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What She Ate: Six Remarkable Women and the Food That Tells Their Stories
`If you find the subject of food to be both vexing and transfixing, you'll love What She Ate' Elle
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Reading Cure: How Books Restored My Appetite
A luminous memoir about recovery and how one woman discovered an appetite for food and life through reading
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Venice: A Literary Guide for Travellers
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Bookshop Book
Every bookshop has a story.
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Andalucia: A Literary Guide for Travellers
Andalucia is the quintessence of Spain and yet, historically and culturally, it is surprisingly unlike the rest of the country.
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Rooms of One's Own: 50 Places That Made Literary History
Visit the historic places where great works of literature were written
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Novel Cure: An A to Z of Literary Remedies
A quirky popular reference book for literature lovers weary in brain and body and in need of a novel cure . . .
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Murakami 2020 Diary
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Of Mice and Men SparkNotes Literature Guide
When an essay is due and dreaded exams loom, this book offers students what they need to succeed. It provides chapter-by-chapter analysis, explanations of key themes, motifs and symbols, a review quiz, and essay topics. It is suitable for late-night studying and paper writing.
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Lord of the Flies SparkNotes Literature Guide
When an essay is due and dreaded exams loom, this book offers students what they need to succeed. It provides chapter-by-chapter analysis, explanations of key themes, motifs and symbols, a review quiz, and essay topics. It is suitable for late-night studying and paper writing.
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Heroes of Tolkien
An in-depth and illustrated guide to the epic lives of Tolkien's heroes.
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Possessed: Adventures with Russian Books and the People Who Read Them
A witty, brilliant treatise on reading Russian literature
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That Third Guy: A Comedy from the Stalinist 1930s with Essays on Theater
This collection of theatre writings by the Russian modernist Sigizmund Krzhizhanovsky brings his powerful, wildly imaginative vision of theatre to an English-language audience for the first time. The centerpiece is his play That Third Guy (1937), a farce written at the onset of the Stalinist Terror and never performed.
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Book Lust To Go
Offers recommended reading for more than 120 destinations around the globe. With stops from Texas to Timbuktu, it connects the best fiction and nonfiction to particular destinations, whether your bags are packed or your armchair is calling.
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Steampunk FAQ: All That's Left to Know About the World of Goggles Airships and Time Travel
STEAMPUNK FAQ
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Girl With Dove: A Life Built by Books
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Road to Middle-earth: How J. R. R. Tolkien Created a New Mythology
The definitive guide to the origin of J.R.R. Tolkien's books, from The Hobbit to The History of Middle-earth series - includes unpublished Tolkien extracts and poetry.
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Novel Cure: An A to Z of Literary Remedies
A warm, wise guide to prescribe you a literary remedy for any of life's ailments