A short, seething and immaculate novel about what it’s like living in Israeli occupied Palestine.
A potent depiction of a time and a place, and seething critique of corruption.
Lesbians! Cowboys! Argentina!
This is a novel that does what it says: a truly discomforting tale of death and grief set in a grim twilight world.
A short and brutal dissection of societal sickness.
A brutal tale of murder, sex and witchcraft set in the steamy coastal plains of Mexico.
While the story of The Odyssey is familiar, its narrative still feels more inventive than most contemporary novels.
Celestial Bodies achieves a kind of literary perfection.