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Books & Media brings you all the books that were reviewed in the press over the past week, where they were reviewed and when, plus our star rating reflecting the reviewers' opinions. We also show you extracts from the reviews, with links to the full reviews.
Selina Todd's THE PEOPLE (John Murray) was the most reviewed title this week.
Books & Media press page
Features on books for children dominate this week, with listings in the Independent on Sunday, Daily Telegraph, Observer, Sunday Express and Sunday Times.
The Guardian carries the Baileys Women's Fiction Prize shortlist
The Independent has its Foreign Fiction Prize nominees
Meanwhile, the 10 novels with the best last sentences are suggested by the Independent on Sunday
The Sunday Telegraph features five of the best novels about archaeologists, chosen by Kamila Shamsie
In the Daily Express, Benjamin Zephaniah chooses his six favourite books
The Independent offers some books to send to prisoners (if we still could)
To view all the books that were extracted, serialised and adapted for the press during the last week, go here.
The latest TV "troubleshooter", Digby Jones, continues his new series on BBC2. He is the author of FIXING BRITAIN (Wiley).
Find all the tie-in books, the programmes they're on and the times you can see them here.
Saltyard has published Brett Westwood and Stephen Moss's TWEET OF THE DAY, based on the daily ornithological feature on Radio 4.
For all of the radio tie-ins for the rest of this week and next, go here.
For an overview of movie tie-in books for the next six months, go here.
Books and social networking
What are bloggers talking about this week? Updated weekly, our social networking page gives all the details about the books and authors being talked about on the internet.
For updates, go here.
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