George RR Martin’s ASOIAF ending ‘will be very different’ confirms Game of Thrones insider | Books | Entertainment

Game of Thrones ended some 18 months ago, but A Song of Ice and Fire fans are still waiting for George RR Martin to finish the penultimate book The Winds of Winter. During the show’s run, Entertainment Weekly’s James Hibberd famously had excellent access, culminating in his official book on the making of Game of Thrones, Fire Cannot Kill A Dragon. More...

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Lone Wolf: The Remarkable Story of Britain’s Greatest Nightfighter Ace of the Blitz | Books | Entertainment

Richard Stevens poses with his Hurricane in 1941 in this colourised image (Image: Richard James Molloy ) James and Richard Stevens were asleep in their cottage near Gravesend, Kent, when their mother called: More...

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Star Wars Light of the Jedi Review: A thrilling first step into The High Republic | Books | Entertainment

It is not an easy feat to delve into uncharted territories of Star Wars‘ expanded mythos. Books surrounding the multi-billion dollar science fiction franchise have been around for decades, but for what More...

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The best dating and relationship books for 2021 | Books | Entertainment

There’s an outdated idea that there’s something desperate or sad about picking up a dating self-help book, but there’s nothing sad about embracing your curiosity and taking control of your life. In order More...

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New books in 2021: The best 5 books coming out in the New Year

NEW YEAR, new books, and reading fans will be desperate to get their hands on some of the latest stories out there – Express.co.uk selects five of the most hotly anticipated books in 2021. Source link More...

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Quentin Blake’s row with ‘unhappy Roald Dahl’ as pair disagreed over BFG sketch | Books | Entertainment

The illustrator is one of the UK’s most iconic voices in children’s literature, drafting images for more than 300 books, including 18 written by Dahl. The 88-year-old’s own story, the Clown, More...

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The Sisters – a psychological thriller by John Nicholl | Books | Entertainment

Sally is so frightened of her abusive boyfriend that she refuses to tell Detective Inspector Laura Kesey what happened but instead accepts an offer of a place at a refuge for the victims of domestic violence. More...

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Beatrix Potter unleashed fiery rant as she told young Roald Dahl to ‘buzz off’ | Books | Entertainment

Dahl fell in love with Potter’s work, which saw a generation of children become fascinated with her colourful collection of characters including Peter Rabbit and Jemima Puddle-Duck. Such was his obsession More...

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Coping with death: Two widows found their mutual grief provided a powerful solace | Books | Entertainment

Mother and daughter united in grief (Image: -) ON THE eve of the pandemic, Anne Mayer Bird and her daughter Catherine were widowed within 41 days of one another. They were then locked down alone, their grief More...

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John Le Carré admits greatest work of fiction was pretending con man father was spy as kid | Books | Entertainment

John le Carré on his novel ‘Agent Running in the Field’ in 2019 The spy writer, whose depiction of the Cold War remains vivid 60 years after his anti-hero George Smiley first made his appearance, is More...