A comin-of-age that troubles long after the final sentence.
A novel that fills in a literary absence – and opens others.
An all-too-human portrayal of the people who live on the land.
A heaving, seething, raging novel full of life’s absurdities.
A fizzy adaptation of E. M. Forster’s A Room With A View.
Stories that illuminate the condition of the modern world.
A sympathetic and warts-and-all depiction of love, loss and family.
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.
A witty and delightful novel about fighting evil.