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The Hope Book Club will help you find your next great read! Katrina Roe and Natasha Moore review books that will enrich your life. They relish well-written fiction with intriguing characters and thought-provoking themes, and tackle non-fiction with a challenging question at the core.
 
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What could be better than reading about books?In this episode, Hope 103.2’s Katrina Roe and Natasha Moore from the Centre for Public Christianity explore some of the best books about books.The Dictionary of Lost Words - the debut novel from Australian author Pip Williams, this delightful tale is set around the creation of the Oxford English Diction…
 
Perfect for these chilly winter days, the Hope Book Club fires up some crackling good fireside fiction for Episode 23. Katrina Roe and Natasha Moore from the Centre for Public Christianity discuss: Fleishman is in Trouble - the debut novel of Taffy Brodesser-Akner. It’s the story of a 41 year man, Toby Fleishman, going through a bitter divorce from…
 
Hope Book Club returns to the scene of the crime with another popular crime fiction episode.Natasha Moore from the Centre for Public Christianity has been reading the morbidly funny book, My Sister, the Serial Killer by Oyinkan Braithwaite. Nominated for the Booker Prize in 2019, it’s about how blood is thicker than water, and also harder to get ou…
 
As the Hope Book Club turns 21, it’s all about becoming – which seems appropriate for a 21st!In this memoir-focussed episode, Katrina Roe and Natasha Moore (from CPX) share personal stories of transformation from inspiring women. These stories of resilience and flourishing in spite of life’s challenges are perfect for these challenging times:Educat…
 
Don't panic! Supermarket shelves may be empty, but thankfully book shelves are still well-stocked!It’s the epic 20th episode of the Hope Book Club, featuring special guest Paul Kelly.We’re talking fully Australian made, choccas with home-grown goodness, all freshly picked from our own backyard. And there’s not a roll of toilet paper in sight!In thi…
 
It’s the movie-lovers edition of the Hope Book Club!In this episode, Natasha Moore and Katrina Roe review books that have all made the leap to the big or small screen.Normal People by Sally Rooney is a millennial love story featuring an on-again, off-again romance. It explores the energising electricity of first love and the way that relationships …
 
In Episode 17 of the Hope Book Club, Natasha Moore and Katrina Roe accidentally stumble upon three books with a common thread – they’re all about marriage and relationships!It wasn’t planned this way, we promise!Heartburn, by Nora Ephron - an autobiographical novel from the famous screenwriter of films like When Harry Met Sally and Sleepless in Sea…
 
Break out your bunsen burner - it's science time in the Hope Book Club! In this episode Katrina Roe and Natasha Moore review: - 'Lost and Wanted' by Nell Freudenberger.- Randall Munroe's 'What If?'- 'Can't Beat the Chemistry' by Kat Colmer * 'Lost and Wanted': Poetry and science come together in this novel about a renowned physicist who has to conf…
 
It’s the Booker Prize edition of the Hope Book Club, also known as the Hubba Bubba edition, the mozzarella edition or the downward dog edition because it is going to stretch you. Natasha Moore and Katrina Roe have picked out their favourite Booker Prize winners ahead of the 2019 annoucement:Milkman by Anna Burns (2018)Lincoln in the Bardo by George…
 
In this episode Natasha Moore and Katrina Roe have picked out some cracking fiction for you:* 'Big Stone Gap' by Adriana Trigiani,* 'The Young Lion' by Blanche D’Apulget, and * 'The Lost Man' by Jane Harper'Big Stone Gap' by Adriana Trigiani is a heart-warming small town story set around the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia – it’s also a New York T…
 
It’s the crime fiction edition! Natasha and Katrina sink their teeth into "The Three Evangelists" by Fred Vargas, Dorothy Sayers' "Lord Peter Wimsey" series, and "The Ruin" by Dervla McTiernan - AND they reveal which long-term book series they have stuck with for years.Katrina Roe による
 
In this episode Katrina Roe and Natasha Moore discusses Liane Moriarty’s new bestseller, Nine Perfect Strangers, Bridge of Clay, by Marcus Zusak, All the Light You Cannot See by Anthony Doerr and The Signature of All Things. by Elizabeth Gilbert.Katrina Roe による
 
Join Katrina and Natasha for another episode of the Hope Mornings Book Club. This week, a memoir from Washington Post owner Katherine Graham, the sci-fi classic I, Robot and Fools and Mortals, a fictional tale of Shakespeare's lesser known brother.Katrina Roe による
 
In this episode of the Hope Book Club Katrina Roe and Natasha Moore discuss the sci-fi romp, To Say Nothing of the Dog, a Holocaust memoir, Man's Search for Meaning and the 2008 historical novel The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society now being released as a major film.Katrina Roe による
 
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