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Coming to terms with there being too many great books (probably even more than ten million hardbacks) to read in one lifetime…

Pour out a dram of Isle of Jura, make the perfect 11-point cuppa. There is always room at our corner table in the Moon Under Water for talk of books. Expect reviews of our favourites, author interviews, themed reading lists, visits to our favourite bookshops and anything else that inspires us. Although the e-books appear here to stay, we love paperbacks, hardbacks, dog-eared charity shop finds and beautifully-bound first editions.

ten million hardbacks is written and edited by J.C. Greenway, with guest posts from John MaguireNick Bryan and Karl Coppack.

The site formerly known as ten minutes hate took inspiration from (and certain liberties with) George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four. It has been broadcasting from Japan since 2010, with extensive coverage of the effects of the Great East Japan Earthquake. In March 2012, J.C Greenway published a book comprising posts taken from this site called The Teas That Bind.

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Affiliate links in no way influence our reviews and if we have been sent a freebie we will be upfront about it. We may receive a small commission if you click on one of these links to buy the book. Thank you for helping to support our reading habits if you do!


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