An enchanting, feel-good story about love, family secrets, and a little piece of heaven...
In the beautiful Italian Riviera, three generations of women are kept busy running a converted hotel, but everything changes when two guests arrive, bringing secrets from the past.
"witty and really rather brilliant — Enright, then, in a nutshell..."
— The Sunday Times
3.76 out of 5
"Low is a novel that sounds more interesting than it really is...."
— New Statesman
3.18 out of 5
"brimming with empathy as well as indignation, this novel engagingly extends Adiga’s fictional concern with deprivation and injustice..."
Kim Jiyoung, Born 1982
Cho Nam-Joo, Jamie Chang
" It is a treatise and a howl of anger dressed up in novel form..."
"Highfire is deliciously funny at times. In a sea of forgettable modern fantasy titles, it offers moments of genuine originality..."
— Irish Times
4.29 out of 5
The Mystery of Love
"the writing can be exquisite – more like prose poetry than cash-in-hand fiction..."
Emma Jane Unsworth
"This smart, funny novel about social media and modern romance from the author of Animals mixes humour with grief and betrayal..."
— The Guardian
4 out of 5
Red at the Bone
"the mystery that keeps unravelling, like blood, truth and memory...."
A Small Revolution in Germany
"Philip Hensher’s novel about ageing student radicals is elegant and warm-hearted,..."
— The Daily Telegraph
3.07 out of 5
"Price is a poet, as one can deduce from his prose without the help of the blurb on the jacket..."
— Financial Times
"It’s a commanding, if demanding, read..."
The Last Day
Andrew Hunter Murray
"Murray offers not only a well-realised apocalypse but a plausible vision of politicians willing to do anything, however heinous, to preserve their nation’s standing..."
The God Game
"a brisk, well-wrought piece of entertainment..."
The Hungry and the Fat
Timur Vermes, Jamie Bulloch
"this novel is more than anything about borders, about the arbitrary separation of peoples into nations..."
The Unlikely Escape of Uriah Heap
H. G. Parry
"What shines through is the author’s unbridled passion for classic literature, particularly its brooding anti-heroes..."
"Pine wraps folk-horror trappings around a tale of grief and loneliness set in the Scottish Highlands..."
— The Times
3 out of 5
Tender is the Flesh
Agustina Bazterrica, Sarah Moses
"told with a chilly aloofness that makes the horror of it all the more disturbing..."
"The weird and wonderful world of the Brontës is brought to life in beautiful, blazing colour..."
— Evening Standard
Here We Are
"Swiftly read — swiftly forgotten..."
House of Trelawney
"The dialogue and plot move at a cracking pace, and the sympathetically drawn characters are oven-ready for a TV series..."
3.5 out of 5
The Illness Lesson
"a colourful, memorable story about women’s minds and bodies, and the time-honoured tradition of doubting both..."
A Good Neighbourhood
Therese Anne Fowler
"a tale of woe to rival Juliet and her Romeo..."
— Daily Mail
"terrifyingly atmospheric story of the monstrous consequences of greed and power..."
3.78 out of 5
Swimming in the Dark
"Elegant, compelling and full of melancholy beauty..."
"...a brilliant exemplar for the autofictional method..."
4.33 out of 5