The Motherload Book Club: The Lion Tamer Who Lost

The Motherload Book Club: The Lion Tamer Who Lost

Have you been searching in vain for your reading mojo? Do you need a great book to help you get back into reading when the kids are asleep? If you’re looking for a book club you can join from the comfort of your sofa, you’re in the right place.


Welcome to The Motherload®® Book Club!


Each month we’ll choose one book, and get together at 8.30pm on the first Monday of the following month, to chat about it on Facebook. There’s no pressure to do it every month, and there’s loads of other book-related chat on the group – you can join here now!


Our next read-along, to be discussed on Monday December 3rd at 8.30pm in The Motherload®® Book Club is…

The Lion Tamer Who Lost by Louise Beech


Buy The Lion Tamer Who Lost



Buy The Lion Tamer Who Lost


Be careful what you wish for…
Long ago, Andrew made a childhood wish, and kept it in a silver box. When it finally comes true, he wishes he hadn’t…
Long ago, Ben made a promise and he had a dream: to travel to Africa to volunteer at a lion reserve. When he finally makes it, it isn’t for the reasons he imagined…
Ben and Andrew keep meeting in unexpected places, and the intense relationship that develops seems to be guided by fate. Or is it?
What if the very thing that draws them together is tainted by past secrets that threaten everything?
A dark, consuming drama that shifts from Zimbabwe to England, and then back into the past, The Lion Tamer Who Lost is also a devastatingly beautiful love story, with a tragic heart…


You can buy it here from Amazon for £6.95 paperback or get it on your Kindle for £0.99 straight away.


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Hannah England

Hannah England is a copywriter living in Bristol. She lives with her two daughters aged six and four, and has written a novel that she is now trying to get published. She can often be found obsessing about getting the laundry done.

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