It's big sister Charlotte's turn as we take on the second Brontë book in our Classics Challenge - Jane Eyre.
We read Virginia Woolf's standout modernist stream of consciousness that begins and ends with its eponymous character, Mrs Dalloway.
This month we read and reviewed Daphne du Maurier's haunting romance Rebecca, possibly the perfect novel for over-thinkers like ourselves.
We take a look at some of recently released books we're hoping to delve into this month, including The Graces and The Lesser Bohemians.
We review The Catcher in the Rye, J.D. Salinger’s classic 1950s novel of disaffected youth.
We take a look at the latest title in the Do Book range, Do Fly by Gavin Strange.
We went to a literary lunch with bestselling author Jessie Burton to hear all about her writing and her new novel, The Muse.
July's classics challenge was one of the great American novels, To Kill a Mockingbird. But did we like it? The jury's still out...
It's classic book review time again! This month we read the book we were both most looking forward to, Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë.
Classic number two! We take on Oscar Wilde's only novel.