For his debut collection, In the Flesh, Adam O’Riordan demonstrated a leaning towards the past and a fluidity […]

The novella-in-flash is a difficult genre to master, with the double pressure of telling a convincing story whilst […]

In Germany 1934 the last place you’d look for a fifteen-year-old Jewish girl is in a Hitler worshipping […]

A fascinating novel with lots of pace and tension. Part murder mystery, part sci-fi, where you half expect […]

Melmoth by Sarah Perry is a beast of a novel – a great hulking monster lurking in a […]

A phenomenal work of speculative fiction, XX follows the story of Jules and Rosie, one of the first […]

The charm of Van Llewyn’s writing lies in the simplicity of the language. You’re not expecting anything bad […]

Illustration © Charles van Sandwyk 2018 from The Folio Society edition of Charles van Sandwyk’s How To See Fairies   […]

The final volume from the critically acclaimed Cemetery of Forgotten Books cycle, in which the reader is transported […]

When I was first sent Manfried the Man, I didn’t know where to begin. One – I’d never really […]