Ep 157; Books To Get Excited About In The Next 6 Months

This episode Simon is joined by the lovely Gavin for their biannual foray into the books that they are looking forward to over the next six months. Exciting.

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Catching Up () Simon and Gavin have a chat about all sorts of bother


Top Picks for the Rest of 2016 () In their now biannual book fest Simon and Gavin talk about the books that they are most excited about in the next six months – well the ones they managed to find the details of, there may be many many more. Here they are…

Simon’s Choices Were

  • Augustown – Kei Miller
  • Hide – Matthew Griffin
  • The Summer That Melted Everything – Tiffany McDaniel
  • The Borrowed – Chan Ho-Kei
  • By Gaslight – Steven Price
  • Angel Catbird – Margaret Atwood
  • The One Hundred Nights of Hero – Isabel Greenberg
  • The Fat Artist and Other Stories – Benjamin Hale
  • Thin Air – Michelle Paver
  • The Last Days of Leda Grey – Essie Fox
  • The Power – Naomi Alderman
  • London Lies Beneath – Stella Duffy
  • A Day in the Death of America – Gary Younge

Gav’s Choices Were

  • The Allegations by Mark Lawson
  • A Climate of Fear by Fred Vargas
  • Undying: A Love Story by Michel Faber
  • Taduno’s Song Odafe Atogun
  • Poison City by Paul Crilley
  • The Secret Diary of Hendrik Groen, 83 ¼ Years Old
  • The Borrowed Chan Ho Kei
  • Chasing Embers by James Bennet
  • Who Killed Piet Barol by Richard mason
  • The Magpie Murders by Anthony Horowitz
  • The Invention of Angela Carter Edmund Gordon
  • The Word Detective: A Life in Words: From Shenanigan to Selfie by John Simpson

Next time on the Readers () The Readers will be back in two weeks when they will be back with more book based banter. If you missed the latest episode of You Wrote The Book do go and listen, Simon’s is joined by Kit de Waal to discuss her incredible debut novel My Name is Leon.

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