Monthly book reviews on the novels we’ve enjoyed. Join in the conversation and become part of our online book club.
Edible Flowers: How, Why, and When We Eat Flowers | Book Club
Monica Nelson highlights blooms in culinary usage and how they have been integral to our cultures.
Jen Campbell's Best Books of 2021 | Book Club
A round up of literary favourites published this year.
Piranesi by Susanna Clarke | Book Club
Jen Campbell reviews the winning novel of the 2021 Women's Prize for Fiction.
Breakfast with … Maggie Shipstead
Jo Rodgers speaks to the L.A.-based author shortlisted for the Booker Prize 2021.
Breakfast with ... Natasha Brown
Jo Rodgers meets the London-based writer to discuss her debut novel, Assembly.
Summer Reading | Book Club
This month, Jen Campbell selects her favourite new and recently released fiction.
The Clifden Bookshop | TOAST Book Club
Máire O’Halloran and Nicole Shanahan on their independent literary haven in the region of Connemara, Ireland
Rough Trade Editions x Garden Museum | Book Club
Jen Campbell explores four new pamphlets examining the radical potential of gardening.
The Art of Literary Translation with Polly Barton | Book Club
Jen Campbell interviews the author and translator of Japanese fiction.
Look At This If You Love Great Art | Book Club
Chloë Ashby on her new book exploring 100 artworks she admires.
Klara and the Sun by Kazuo Ishiguro | Book Club
Jen Campbell reviews the latest novel from the award-winning author.
Finding Rhythm in Translation | Tilted Axis Press
Jen Campbell speaks to publisher and translator Deborah Smith for TOAST Book Club.
The Confessions of Frannie Langton by Sara Collins | Book Club
Jen Campbell reviews this reinvention of Victorian gothic fiction for TOAST Book Club.
A Roundup of Gripping Thrillers | Book Club
Jen Campbell reviews the latest crime fiction and thrillers for TOAST Book Club.
Women's Prize for Fiction | Book Club
Jen Campbell reviews the shortlist for the Women's Prize for Fiction 2020.
An Interview with Amanda Craig | Author of The Golden Rule
Two strangers meet on the London to Penzance train