Posted on 28th September 2011

Posted by Rosa Anderson

Brixton Reading Group on The London Satyr

As part of the Fiction Uncovered 2011 promotion, we worked with The Reading Agency to reach reading groups across the UK. Eight selected reading groups were given one of the Fiction Uncovered titles to read, and we’re delighted that they’ve been able to feed back their thoughts. Here, London’s Brixton Library reading group tell us what they thought…

Posted on 28th September 2011

Posted by Rosa Anderson

Whitehaven Record Office Reading Group on The English German Girl

As part of the Fiction Uncovered 2011 promotion, we worked with The Reading Agency to reach reading groups across the UK. Eight selected reading groups were given one of the Fiction Uncovered titles to read, and we’re delighted that they’ve been able to feed back their thoughts. Here, Whitehaven Record Office reading group, from Nethertown in Cumbria, tell…

Posted on 28th September 2011

Posted by Rosa Anderson

Rampant Readers on The Proof of Love

As part of the Fiction Uncovered 2011 promotion, we worked with The Reading Agency to reach reading groups across the UK. Eight selected reading groups were given one of the Fiction Uncovered titles to read, and we’re delighted that they’ve been able to feed back their thoughts. Here, Leicester’s Rampant Readers tell us what they thought about Catherine…

Posted on 28th September 2011

Posted by Rosa Anderson

Shipley Reading Group on Nimrod’s Shadow

As part of the Fiction Uncovered 2011 promotion, we worked with The Reading Agency to reach reading groups across the UK. Eight selected reading groups were given one of the Fiction Uncovered titles to read, and we’re delighted that they’ve been able to feed back their thoughts. Here, Shipley Reading Group in West Yorkshire give us their thoughts…

Posted on 28th September 2011

Posted by Rosa Anderson

Oyne Book Club on Night Waking

As part of the Fiction Uncovered 2011 promotion, we worked with The Reading Agency to reach reading groups across the UK. Eight selected reading groups were given one of the Fiction Uncovered titles to read, and we’re delighted that they’ve been able to feed back their thoughts. Here, Oyne Book Club, from Oyne in Aberdeenshire, give us their…

Posted on 28th September 2011

Posted by Rosa Anderson

Leominster Library Reading Group on Forgetting Zoë

As part of the Fiction Uncovered 2011 promotion, we worked with The Reading Agency to reach reading groups across the UK. Eight selected reading groups were given one of the Fiction Uncovered titles to read, and we’re delighted that they’ve been able to feed back their thoughts. Here, Leominster Library’s reading group, in Herefordshire, tell us what they…

Posted on 28th September 2011

Posted by Rosa Anderson

Douglas Library Reading Group on Disputed Land

As part of the Fiction Uncovered 2011 promotion, we worked with The Reading Agency to reach reading groups across the UK. Eight selected reading groups were given one of the selected Fiction Uncovered titles to read, and we’re delighted that they’ve been able to feed back their thoughts. Here, Isle of Man’s Douglas Library reading group tell us…

Posted on 28th September 2011

Posted by Rosa Anderson

Reading in the Bath on The Water Theatre

As part of the Fiction Uncovered 2011 promotion, we worked with The Reading Agency to reach reading groups across the UK. Eight selected reading groups were given one of the selected Fiction Uncovered titles to read, and we’re delighted that they’ve been able to feed back their thoughts. Here, Cornwall’s Penzance Library reading group, Reading in the…

Posted on 20th September 2011

Posted by Sophie

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‘Reading in the Bath’ reading group on The Water Theatre

The tension is maintained right up to the final revelation of the ‘betrayal’ – ‘O what a tangled web we weave’…! When I reached the final pages, I was left with the feeling that this was a book that I shall revisit at some time in the future and which is definitely worthy of being ‘uncovered’.”

Posted on 20th September 2011

Posted by Sophie

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Brixton reading group reads The London Satyr

The narrative threads of this novel – the loss of a favourite daughter, his wife’s newfound work as a spiritualist medium, his side line in the dark and nefarious world of pornography, nuanced domestic dynamics and the murder of a child are all interwoven to create a believable and credible story. A concise and involving read.”

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