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Book Club


Next meeting: 29th April 2024 - 7:30pm

Our bookclub book for April is Katherine May's extraordinary manifesto Enchantment, which encourages us to reconnect with

the beauty and power of the world around us.

Katherine's writes with a clarity that is illuminating and

this is a book to treasure.

Pop in to the shop to pick up your copy.

All welcome!


Future meetings:

27th May 2024 - 7:30pm


We'll update with further dates for in 2024 soon!​​​

Recent Book Club Reads

In Memoriam
Alice Winn
We discussed this top five Sunday Times Bestseller!
The Silence Project
Carole Hailey 
Carole joined us to discuss her incredible novel.
In The Blink of an Eye
Jo Callaghan
We discussed the dazzling debut that asks us what we think it means to be human.
A Quiet Contagion
Jane Jesmond ​
We were joined by Jane to talk about her most recent book!
The Guilty Gardener
Annabel Christie
Annabel joined us in the shop to discuss her charming memoir.
The Booker Longlist
We discussed the books that had been longlisted for the Booker Prize
The Chosen ​
Elizabeth Lowry
We discussed Elizabeth Lowry's book about Hardy’s pained reflections on the choices he has made and must make.
The End Of Us
Olivia Kiernan 
Olivia Kiernan joined us in the shop to talk to us about her book that was provided to us on early release.
The Young Accomplice ​
Benjamin Wood
Siblings have just been released from borstal to start a new life as apprentices at Leventree, an architecture practice with a difference.
A Complicated Matter
Anne Youngson
Anne came to talk to us and answer questions about her new book. A story of love class and belonging is also a profound meditation on what it takes to find our place in the world.
These Streets
Luan Goldie
A powerful and essential story about family, community and living in Britain today, told with compassion and heart by Luan Goldie.
The Leviathan
Rosie Andrews
We debated Rosie Andrews' gorgeous debut, Leviathan, which mixes historical fiction with elements of horror and magical realism.
A Killing In November
Simon Mason
Simon was able to join us at the Wallingford Tearoom to discuss the his new Oxford based DI Wilkins series, which starts with the brilliant A Killing in November.
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