Released just over a week ago, Stephen Moss' Ten Birds That Changed the World has received a wonderful write-up in the Guardian:
"The book is packed with remarkable facts and figures ... Moss is also a companionable narrator, often mixing personal recollections into the science and natural history, such as his trip as a boy to the Tower of London with his mother, where he first saw the ravens, which have been associated with the site since medieval times. A fascinating study of the fraught relationship between human beings and our feathered friends."
Read the full review here.
You don’t need to be a bird enthusiast to enjoy the episode, in which they discuss the book’s captivating journey, showing how birds influence our lives and culture, from ancient civilisations to modern day. Plus, listeners will get an insight into Stephen’s literary journey and how the book came to be.
Louise Swanson's forthcoming End of Story has been included in Comospolitan's list of 'Best New Books for March 2023'. The book also received glowing reviews from the below publications:
"End of Story is unsettling, twisty, emotional, and so expertly written that you live every dark, discomforting moment with its protagonist. Not just a highlight of March, expect this book to be a highlight of the year."
"This dystopia is as disturbing as it is absorbing."
E. V. Seymour has signed another deal with Joffe Books, this time for Hotter Than July. Broo Doherty sold World English Languages, with the book due for publication later this year.
As Verity peels back the layers of her mother's life, she realises that you never know who your parents really are. And maybe that's for the best...
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