A fizzy adaptation of E. M. Forster’s A Room With A View.
A big history of people that demolishes the myth of progress.
Strange, precise and elusive poetry.
Deborah Levy concisely summarises what makes her own writing so compelling.
The Plague is understandably back on best-seller lists: the parallels with our current situation are striking.
Here Until August is an intriguing collection of 10 short stories. They often feel haunted and uncanny.
Celestial Bodies achieves a kind of literary perfection.
A strange, rather beautiful and ultimately quietly devastating novel.
I can’t say I enjoyed this book very much – it’s full of domestic tragedy – but I was impressed by its intensely claustrophobic mood.
Flight Lines is one of the most beautiful and moving books about nature I have read in a while.