Reading Matters

Reading Matters

Reading Matters

United Kingdom
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Book reviews of mainly modern & contemporary fiction

  • Source type: Blog
  • On Teads since: 30/01/2007
  • Teads score: 0.964476
  • Country: United Kingdom
  • Language: English

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  • Reading Matters

    Fiction – paperback; Scribe UK; 304 pages; 2015. Review copy courtesy of publisher. For someone who supposedly likes to champion Australian fiction, I’ve not done a very good job of it this year — indeed, I’ve only read two Australian books (a novel and a short story collection) — so when Tania Chandler’s debut novel, […]

  • Reading Matters

    Fiction – paperback; Serpent’s Tail; 192 pages; 2015. Review copy courtesy of the publisher. André Alexis’s Fifteen Dogs has been longlisted for this year’s Giller Prize. It’s by far the oddest, and possibly most absurd, book I’ve read in a long while. Indeed, to say I didn’t much like it might be an understatement. Under normal […]

  • Reading Matters

    Fiction – hardcover; Picador; 448 pages; 2015. Review copy courtesy of the publisher. Several years ago I read Belinda McKeon’s debut novel, Solace, which explored the age-old (Irish) story of strained relationships between fathers and sons. In Tender, her second novel, she explores a different kind of relationship, that of friendship between men and women — […]