An extraordinarily bleak depiction of incarceration.
A fittingly grim and anxious search for meaning in our anxious and grim times.
A contained and seething study of madness and familial obligation.
A collection of haunted stories that unsettle like the melting permafrost of the title.
Deborah Levy concisely summarises what makes her own writing so compelling.
A slight but full novel set in 1920s and 1990s Punjab.
There’s something haunted and occult about this otherwise godly classic.
A dense and watery novel about the madness of searching for meaning in our mad times.
A novel about gardening that is also what it takes to rebuild.
An intriguing fantasy drawing on forest myths that is burdened by an unfortunate attitude to women.