Celebrate Father’s Day With The Bonnier Books Ideal Gifts


If you are preparing for Father’s Day then you are going to want to read on lovelies! Quite literally, as these new books from Bonnier Publishing are the perfect gift to give on the big day. From history to money, there is a topic that will keep that father figure in your life entertained for hours. Here are my five favourites to gift!

Good Morning Lovelies, 

June is fast approaching and the preparations for Father’s Day are well underway. Even though my papa has passed, we still celebrate him hugely, which is why I am going to continue to share amazing gifts for the amazing men in your life! Including these fabulous books from Bonnier Publishing

Covering all topics, the company has a bunch of novels that will entertain everyone who picks them up. However, the following seem perfect for that special day, as I can picture every father figure being pleased with them. The perfect books for Father’s Day to me are…

Phew, Eh Readers? By Tom Hibbert: Full of wonderful collections from his pieces as a music journalist, this is an incredible honest recalling of some of the most legendary moments in musical history ever. Any music fan will love the way Hibbert captures the industry with his powerful words. 

The Boys of Winter By Lawrence Dallaglio and Owen Slot: This novel recalls the inside story of England’s victory at the 2003 Rugby World Cup from the people that were there. With players recalling all the moments that took place on and off the pitch, it’s a sporting fans must have. 

Hype Machine: How Greed, Fraud and Free Money Crashed Crypto By Joshua Oliver: The world cryptocurrency has been a hot topic for many years. Yet, if you are like me then you know how confusing it is. Oliver uses his new novel to break down how it came to be, the figures behind it and the influence it is having on the world of finance. 

No Reserve By Felix Francis: Set during the world of high thrills and cutthroat Britain, this novel takes on a Peaky Blinders feel, to tell the story of Theo Jennings, a young g auctioneer who must deal with the big money exchanges that take place. However, the gamble isn’t just one being placed surrounding the horses but also the figures within it too.

Munich Wolf By Rory Clements: Placed during the war in 1935, the novel tells the story of a bunch of young, aristocratic Britons, who have failed to see the dangers of the Nazi movement. When a young g girl is murdered, Detective Sebastian Wolff, is called into help solve what has happened. From the first page, you will be gripped by the mysteries throughout it. 

What book would your dad enjoy? Mine would have definitely loved The 

Boys of Winter, as he was a huge sporting fan. Which one might you pick up lovelies? Whatever it may be I hope that they all enjoy it! Oh and let me know what they thought of the books too, as I would love to hear what they thought!

Joey X

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