Profile of Ed Wood

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Ed Wood is the editor of We Love This Book.

Ed Wood's News & Views

05/06/2012

When Stephen Fry asked the audience to raise their hand if they had been in some way touched by...

21/05/2012

Waterstones has signed a commercial agreement with Amazon to launch new "e-reading services and...

16/05/2012

It’s ironic that the Leveson Inquiry into phone hacking has proved such a riveting source of...

15/05/2012

Last night was the publishing industry’s trade awards, run by the veteran sister magazine of...

24/04/2012

We're delighted to be teaming up with Headline to offer reading groups and book clubs...

Ed Wood's Reviews

Children's Book of the Year: I Want My Hat Back
Jon Klassen
Posted 29/12/2011

Children’s picture books are going through something of a golden age, but Jon Klassen’s debut book stands out for me for its wit and visual charm.

Escape from Camp 14
Blaine Harden
Posted 29/03/2012

North Korea is well known for being closed to foreign journalists, so there have been very few book on the reality of life for its vast, impoverished majority – Barbara Demick’s Samuel Johnson Priz

Good Omens
Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman
Posted 18/04/2012

Good Omens, first published in 1990, is the result of a dream collaboration between fantasy legend and Discworld author Terry Pratchett and the somewhat edgier Neil Gaiman (Co

The Book Thief
Markus Zusak
Posted 20/04/2012

First a confession of which I am not proud: when I first read the opening of The Book Thief, I didn’t like it much.

The Age of Miracles
Karen Thompson Walker
Posted 22/06/2012

Occasionally you hear a concept for a book that is so neat, you wonder why it's never been done before.

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