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Books have the power to make us laugh, break our hearts and open our minds – often at the same time. The books in this post achieve all of those things, but they have something else too; something special that elevates them above your average novel and inspires millions of …Read More
Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone celebrates its 20th anniversary this year. The first tale in the epic saga hit our shelves in 1997, a whole ten years before the iPhone was launched. As a result, we never got to see the kind of epic bantz Harry and the gang would …Read More
There are two kinds of people: those who think books are always better than the films they inspire, and those that watch the film so they don’t need to read the book. Sometimes, however, a book and a film can offer very different versions of the same story. Here are …Read More
This week, thousands of fresh-faced young people are heading to uni to learn, party and realise they’re terrible at cooking (top tip: make friends with a good cook early on). They’ll also have to learn some serious financial management skills. It’s no secret that higher education isn’t cheap, with the …Read More
Britain has given the world some brilliant authors over the ages: Jane Austen, Charles Dickens, Neil Gaiman, Zadie Smith. We could go on. So surely Britain’s taste in books reflects our rich literary heritage? Erm… not quite. A quick glance through the best sellers list shows that Brits, while enjoying …Read More
Once a book makes the transition from page to screen, you know lots of people are going to claim that the book was better than the film. But sometimes, just sometimes, the movie adaptation actually surpasses the book. From the casting choices, plot changes, additional or stripped back dialogue, there …Read More
People like books for many reasons. Some like to relax after a hard day’s work. Others like to read saucy material on the bus home without getting arrested. This post is dedicated to those who like to challenge themselves, however. In this post, we’ve collected some of the most difficult …Read More