Read staff and customer reviews of books and reserve to collect from your library, or download to your device.
In The Sun King, Nancy Mitford describes Louis XIV's arts patronage, luxurious and extravagant lifestyle at Versailles, absolutist style of rule and colourful personal life.
Helen reviews a hymn to the magnificent buzzards and kestrels of the British Isles.
Helen reviews the latest in the Harry Potter series, a play combining the past and present.
Alexandra Carter from the Woodbridge Library Readers’ Circle reviews Xialou Guo's novel about a translator.
Library and information advisor at Felixstowe, Gill Mason, reviews Nicci Gerrard's novel about a woman with a dark past.
Library and information advisor at Woodbridge, Richard Baker, reviews one of the Brave New Reads.
Woodbridge Library assistant manager Sophie Green reviews one of the Brave New Reads.
Woodbridge Library Manager Helen Scrivener reviews a book based on Ernest Hemingway's marriages.
Library and information advisor, Harriet Avery from Felixstowe Library, reviews this Hamlet-inspired play published in 1966 in honour of Felixstowe Library's 50th anniversary.
Woodbridge Library manager Helen Scrivener reviews this sweeping saga.