This is a sequel to The Silk Roads (2015). It researches how past migration effects our world today. […]

I will admit that until a copy of Red Birds was sent to me to review, I only […]

A country is an amalgamation of dreams and nightmares: a torrent of conflicting visions that bash and crash […]

Our head of books has been rather busy this year and has had a remarkable turnover of reviews. […]

Fox 8 by George Saunders is a feat of great storytelling, it’s an enchanting and darkly comic fable […]

Just when the world turned around a little too fast and spun itself into a new dystopian reality […]

What was your first experience / engagement with literature? I guess I was around twelve years old. I […]

Lost Connections is the culmination of Johann Hari’s ideas about the origins of depression and anxiety. His search […]

French Exit is pretty darn good – in fact I would say it’s exquisite! A fan of deWitt’s […]

From the outside all may appear dazzling, golden, dripping in sequins and sprinkled with glitter, but look inside […]