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Win free books from the April 2021 batch of Early Reviewer titles! We’ve got 109 books this month, and a grand total […]
April 5th marks five years since TinyCat’s official release, and the years have flown by for all of us at […]
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“PRET,” “SECOND PRET,” and then, a little later, “another PRET.” The protagonist of Rebecca Watson’s […]
THE UNNAMED NARRATOR of Lauren Oyler’s debut novel is an ex-blogger. She delivers hard truths about what she reads […]
THE FIRST HALF of Patricia Lockwood’s novel No One Is Talking About This opens in a place between life and death. The […]
TORREY PETERS HAS BEEN self-publishing and giving away her stories online for pay-what-you-like prices since the […]
I am looking for good books for 10-12 years old that is neither too difficult, not too childish for them. Educational […]
I read the first two books years ago and really enjoyed them. Blockbuster style entertainment about a dormant species […]
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Fingersmith by Sarah Waters. In a few words, a lesbian romance between a scammer, Susan, (fingersmith as an old […]
Judges' Choices The Eisner Awards judges have selected six individuals to automatically be inducted into the Will […]
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Ta-Nehisi Coates’s new comic sees Red Skull mobilising young men against ‘the feminist trap’ and other […]
The latest in our series of writers defending lambasted films sees some praise for Scarlett Johansson’s controversial […]
When the graphic novelist met an unusually chatty nine-year-old, he was so struck by her talk that he began putting it […]
The French cartoonist’s funny, well-observed stories about the life of a young girl in Paris read like an illustrated […]
Readers might know of the French philosopher and experimental psychologist Pierre Janet through his connection with […]
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Robert Putnam’s bleak account of the erosion of social capital, Bowling Alone: The collapse and revival of American […]
The fortunes of radical politics in twentieth-century Britain can seem like a minor historical puzzle. The political […]
Over a year of lockdowns, many of us have become accustomed to spending most of the time at home. But for Josie George, […]
These are the weirdest supervillains in Task Force X's comic book history.
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If you’re Boba Fett, this is a good time to be alive. […]
Paco Roca’s graphic novel The Winter of the Cartoonist is a compelling account of an episode in comics history you […]
I have a prediction about the new book from Toronto cartoonist Michael DeForge: It will go down in comics history as […]
Did you know Canada’s Parliament made comics depicting crime illegal in the 1940s? Did you know that law is still on […]
Patrick Radden Keefe’s new book is about the Sacklers, the family whose company created the powerful painkiller that […]
“Early Morning Riser” is a small-town story with meaningful ramifications.
“The Man Who Lived Underground,” a novel publishers rejected in the 1940s, is about an innocent Black man forced to […]
With playhouses closed, theater fans have taken drama into their own hands and mouths, forming play reading groups […]
From Alexandre Dumas to Ian McEwan, writers serve up a dish that’s best prepared only in imaginationIn the beginning, […]
Sleeping sickness, strange behaviour and mass hysteria ... a neurologist makes sense of ‘psychosomatic’ illnessIn […]
Power is celebrated for his short stories, and his debut novel, about creative theft and Russian intrigue, is full of […]
Bookshops hold a special place in the hearts of readers. With retail now open across the UK, we asked you to tell us […]
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In “Against the Loveless World,” Susan Abulhawa presents a tale that has less to do with ideology than with the way […]
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Damon Galgut’s novel “The Promise” explores the betrayals of South Africa through a perfectly pitched domestic […]
Daniel Goleman’s pop-psychology blockbuster, now twenty-five years old, turned self-control into a corporate […]
Kai grows up on a Somerset council estate with his parents and three sisters, each of whom have different fathers. His […]
Sequestered away in a secluded cottage, Simon Armstrong is attempting to work on a history of the ruthlessly ambitious […]
Grace is a mother who moves back from Australia to the English seaside village where she grew up. She encounters […]
With beautiful illustrations from Lucille Clerc, this captivating book traverses the globe via plants: nettles in […]
Ozick, the renowned author and critic, channels raw contemplations of old age into the fictional diary of a fading […]
Bestsellers List Sunday, April 18
Patrick Radden Keefe's much-anticipated "Empire of Pain" lays it all bare
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A year of isolation left us with a wealth of words. Hear from the poets, historians and fiction writers who gave us the […]