Dan Lewis desperately wanted to use "The Great Ghastly" as the headline for his review of Baz Luhrmann's film, but found glimpses of great performances visible through the glare of ego... Read more
Today sees the launch of A Delicate Truth, the new novel from John le Carré and with it a rather intriguing short film... Read more
At the request of one of her Twitter followers, Cara Fielder takes a look at the first books that made it from paper to celluloid... Read more
January can sometimes be a quiet time in the world of publishing but 2013 is bucking the trend and seeing the release of some truly fantastic paperbacks. But where do you begin when there is so much choice? Well here's our very own Cara Fielder's top five paperbacks that are going to be shooting up the bestseller list this January... Read more
[caption id="attachment_1581" align="alignleft" width="116"] Els Homes Que No Estimaven Les Dones - The Men Who Hate Women is also the title of the Spanish edition[/caption] This time last year I was eagerly awaiting the release of director David Fincher's version of The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo. Not only did this promise to become an annual "big event" Christmas cinema trip, something to look forward to in the coming two years much like The Lord of The Rings films had been, but it also allowed me to get riled up at how these American remakes were nowhere near as good as the Swedish originals, which in turn were not as good as the books themselves. Read more
With the release of the last Twilight film this week, bookseller Cara Fielder helps you to fill the wooden stake shaped hole in your heart...So the sad time is finally upon us and Stephanie Meyer's multi-million selling Twilight series has come to an end. The final page has been turned and now the last movie adaptation has hit the big screens nationwide. But do not fear, wipe the tears from your eyes, I may not be able to supply you with a replacement Robert Pattinson but I can certainly help you discover what to read next...
Skyfall the latest James Bond blockbuster, and twenty-third in the series' fifty year run, has met with generally positive reviews from critics and fans alike. It's a nostalgia-laden adventure that draws heavily from the classic films that have gone before whilst telling an original and in some ways quite small story. Yet, why choose to tell this story rather drawing on the new Bond novels from the likes of Jefferey Deaver and Sebastian Faulks for inspiration? Read more