A collective of bibliophiles talking about books. Book Fox (vulpes libris): small bibliovorous mammal of overactive imagination and uncommonly large bookshop expenses. Habitat: anywhere the rustle of pages can be heard.
Where I’m writing it’s sleeting gently but the crocuses are defiantly out. So it’s spring, but not spring-like enough to be out of doors just yet. Time to read another book. May we interest you in some of these?
Monday: Kirsty takes a walk with Hugo Chávez as she revisits his 2005 interview with Aleida Guevara.
Wednesday: Kate swots up on how European royalty are coping with the 21st century with Peter Conradi’s The Great Survivors.
Thursday: Moira dips a speculative toe into the waters of ‘romantic thrillers’ with a review of Evonne Wareham’s debut novel Never Coming Home. The review opens, intriguingly, with the words: ‘Imagine, if you will, an unlikely collaboration between Katie Fforde and Lee Child’ …
Friday: RosyB reviews Chosen by Lesley Glaister.
Ths image, ‘stop and smell the flowers’ has been borrowed with gratitude from http://front-porchanarchist.blogspot.be/2012/06/fox-stops-to-smell-flowers.html