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Search result: Doubleday

» Ghostman by Roger Hobbs (releasing March 2013)
February 05, 2013

Taken from the review done by Milo of Milo Rambles. Ghostman by Roger Hobbs is a remarkable debut title. Published by Doubleday/Transworld it is astonishing, breath-taking, electrifying and everything in between! A prime example of a book that sucks you in from the very first page and does...
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» Dan Browns new novel to be released by Random House Struik on 14 May 2013!
January 15, 2013

Dan Brown’s new novel, the eagerly awaited follow-up to his No.1 international blockbuster, The Lost Symbol, will be released in South Africa by Random House Struik. The new book features renowned Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon and is set in the heart of Europe.  There, he is drawn in...
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» Rapture by Lauren Kate
December 20, 2012

Reviewed by Ulrike Hill of Writers Write. I am a fan of Lauren Kate. Her imagination is astounding. Kate has taken an esoteric idea and turned it into a supernatural story. Her stories are about Lucifer, a fallen angel. The other angels need to stop him from erasing the past and controlling the...
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» UK National Book Awards
December 14, 2012

The Random House Group celebrated three wins at the UK National Book Awards held on the 5th of December. It showcased the best of British writing and publishing, and celebrated books with wide popular appeal, critical acclaim and commercial success. Our winners were: Popular Fiction Book of the Year...
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» Another Time, Another Life by Lief GW Persson
November 07, 2012

Reviewed by Helmo Preuss "The book is the latest in the great Swedish crime-fiction tradition that began in the 1960s and builds on the sardonic wit and bleak "Weltanschau (world view)" of the previous generation of writers. Another Time, Another Life takes place in Sweden some time early in this ce...
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» The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry by Rachel Joyce wins the Boeke Prize
October 05, 2012

"Boeke Prize 2012: Random House Struik wins the Reader's Choice Boeke Prize Exclusive Books is thrilled to announce the two winners of the Boeke Prize 2012, The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry by Rachel Joyce (published by Random House) and Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn." To ...
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» The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry by Rachel Joyce
October 02, 2012

"This story is thoroughly enjoyable, though from time to time I started getting a bit antsy for more things to happen, or for things to happen faster.  It’s an endearing, sentimental story that stays with you, I found myself wanting Harold Fry to be real. This book is beautiful, and the m...
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» A Land More Kind Than Home by Wiley Cash
September 27, 2012

Sally Scott of IOL reviewed the debut novel by Wiley Cash: "Cash sets his compelling story in the depths of his own home region, North Carolina, telling the tale via the voices of three characters: nine-year-old Jess, whose adolescent curiosity dredges up some very unpleasant home truths, (not the l...
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» Peaches for Monsieur le Cur by Joanne Harris
September 26, 2012

"Like the tasty peaches of the title, I devoured every succulent morsel of Joanne Harris’s sequel to Chocolat. That first novel ended with the entrancing Vianne Rocher, chocolate maker and reader of people’s emotions, leaving the little village of Lansquenet and heading to Paris. I love ...
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» Seraphina by Rachel Hartman
August 08, 2012

Seraphina is the feminine form of a Late Latin name, derived from the biblical word seraphim, which means “fiery ones”. It is certainly no coincidence then, that the main character in Rachel Hartman’s debut novel should be given such a name. A tale of intrigue and danger surrounds ...
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