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October Book Club Pick: THE LETTER FOR THE KING

I couldn’t have been more excited when Sanne asked me to pick a book to discuss in the next Book Club! But alas, with a great power comes a great responsibility and I couldn’t just pick one. I knew I wanted a younger voice/narrator as I’ve been reading older fiction lately…

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September Book Club Discussion: HOLES

This month I chose to read HOLES by Louis Sachar for the Hot Key Book Club. If you’d like to see what the Hot Key team thought of the book you can watch us chat about that exact thing in this video featuring myself (Jen), Emma, Asmaa, Sara and Sarah….

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September Book Club Pick: HOLES

It’s autumn, summer is over, school is back and everyone is sad. Except me, I’m not sad at all, in fact I’m really excited because this month it’s my turn to pick a book to discuss in the next Book Club! We’ve looked at a few books for older audiences…

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June Book Club Discussion: WIDE SARGASSO SEA

This month we picked WIDE SARGASSO SEA by Jean Rhys as our June book for the Hot Key Book Club. To find out what we thought, watch the video below (featuring Monique, Livs, Sanne and Sarah Odedina). The prequel to Charlotte Bronte’s literary classic, JANE EYRE, author Jean Rhys attempts…

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June Book Club Pick: WIDE SARGASSO SEA by Jean Rhys

YAY! It’s my turn to pick the book for this month’s Hot Key Book Club. For June we’ll be reading… WIDE SARGASSO SEA by Jean Rhys When I came across this book I instantly wanted to read it as it is considered the prequel to one of my favorite classics,…

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February Book Club: FANGIRL by Rainbow Rowell

Hello! It’s book club time again, which means it must be FEBRUARY already. This month we’ll be reading Rainbow Rowell’s FANGIRL. Perhaps you’ve already read ELEANOR & PARK – the misfit love-story that captured the internet’s attention last year and, in the words of John Green, “…reminded me not just what it’s like…

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January Book Club Discussion: No & Me by Delphine de Vigan

I hope you’ve had a chance to look at NO & ME but, in case you haven’t, listen to a few people who have and then you can decide… This is a novel narrated by a precociously clever French Girl, Lou Bertignac, ‘blessed’ (or perhaps not) with an egregiously high IQ and …

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November Book Club: Who Could That Be at This Hour? by Lemony Snicket

WHO COULD THAT BE AT THIS HOUR? is the first in brand-new series ‘All the Wrong Questions’ from Lemony Snicket, taking us back to the narrator’s youth as a thirteen-year-old apprentice working within a secret organisation. Tasked with recovering a stolen statue from an old woman in the abandoned and…

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Hot Key Books Book Club September pick … Picture Me Gone by Meg Rosoff

So to kick off the next book to discuss on the Hot Key Books Book Club we have picked PICTURE ME GONE by Meg Rosoff. There aren’t many authors I make a habit of reading every single book they write – there are too many books in the world people!…

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