With 20 years between the publication of Chocolat and The Strawberry Thief, anticipation has been unsurprisingly great for the fourth novel in this much-loved series.
I love suspense-filled fiction and John Marrs' portrait of a near future where fully autonomous cars are the norm is both thrilling and terrifying.
Ahead of International Women's Day, The Overdue Book Review caught up with Kate Leaver, author of The Friendship Cure, to talk about modern friendship and how it can survive.
This book has made me fall in love with short stories again! Easily digestible, hugely addictive and all-in-all just a really good read.
It's always a huge treat to share exclusive posts written for this blog by authors. Alex Khan, author of Bollywood Wives shares his inspiration for the book.
So, you want to write a book? Today, I'm delighted to share with you an exclusive post by Ross Greenwood, author of Shadows of Regret, about the reality of writing a book.
“One life. Lived twice”. I found myself flying through the pages and longing for my next spare minute to delve back in.
Jodi Picoult tackles one of the biggest moral issues with compassion, respect and a huge amount of research in her new novel, A Spark of Light.
If, like me, you're a fan of Jodi Picoult, you'll love Only Child. This is a story that I'm sure will stay with me for quite some time and I'm already looking forward to reading it again.
"Hilarious, well written and really honest..." Check out my first non-fiction review on The Overdue Book Review.
This book combines two of my all-time favourite things – New York City and Christmas – so my expectations were sky high when I was invited to join this blog tour...