A big history of people that demolishes the myth of progress.
This second instalment of Elena Ferrante’s Neapolitan quartet deepens and complicates the themes of the first.
A fittingly grim and anxious search for meaning in our anxious and grim times.
Poetry that investigates ‘taking’ in all its forms.
A witty and delightful novel about fighting evil.
A gleefully silly horror-comedy of the end of the world.
A novel of surviving extraordinary trials.
Poems that are all about the hidden things.
A contained and seething study of madness and familial obligation.
A heady mix of mundane and heavenly, the sins of the flesh and the yearning of the spirit.