The world's great authors discuss their best-known novel.
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Love the thoughtful Q&A that takes place between the authors and their readers
Harriet is a perfect moderator, the questions are well chosen, it’s hard to improve on previous reviews. If you love reading you’ll love the WBC. (Eastern Canada)
The World Book Club is always interesting and I have discovered many books by listening to it. This month’s episode with Isabel Allende may be the best interview in the whole series, with unusually good and diverse questions that the author takes seriously and uses to explain her writing process and her views on many relevant topics. Congratulations to Harriet Gilbert for her intelligent and sensitive interviewing, again.
I really enjoy this podcast and look forward to the new episodes dropping - I started listening about a year ago and then listened to all the back episodes- really informative opinions and recommendations on books and great guests
I really enjoy driving and listening to such a brilliant podcast and interviews, very well done! It make you to dive deeply in subjects with an existential and philosophical way.
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World Book Club launched 16 years ago and published 249 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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