At the Loch of the Green Corrie
"Consistently well-written, sometimes dazzlingly so, this book is difficult to slot into a genre..."
— The Independent
4.8 out of 5
The Eye of the World
Pops: Fatherhood in Pieces
"This book, steeped in parental love, is worth reading for a brilliant essay on taking his son to Men's Fashion Week alone..."
Let Go My Hand
"a humane, humorous and ultimately extremely moving novel..."
— The Guardian
It's OK That You're Not OK
"Earthly longing is refracted into spiritual fervour in this clever fact-based debut about a genteel English cult..."
3.89 out of 5
"...about two-thirds of the way through ''Heartburn,'' the gags and apothegms begin to pall..."
— The New York Times
In the Place of Fallen Leaves
"Pears dexterously steers just clear of sentimentality in this unusually strong debut..."
See What I Have Done
"a lurid and original work of horror..."
The Truths and Triumphs of Grace Atherton
Day of the Accident
Elisabeth Russell Taylor
"A tale of grief with a beautiful structure and wrenching twist..."
The Universe versus Alex Woods
"Extence's hugely likable first novel is a fairytale for rationalists..."
Fall of Giants
"Follett is masterly in conveying so much drama and historical information so vividly..."
Max Porter (Author)
"Lanny is a dark, wonderfully tactile reimagining of the folktale..."
— The New Yorker
4.22 out of 5
The Underground Railroad
"This is a shocking and imaginative story of slavery and suffering..."
— Evening Standard
5 out of 5
"Davidson is one of those writers, like Raymond Chandler, who wrote proper literature that just also happened to be genre fiction..."
"The spectacular action set-pieces are expertly handled but they never overwhelm the gleeful cynicism..."
— Irish Times
"the best book on the performing arts to have been published in years..."
— Daily Mail
4.78 out of 5
"I loved it for its daring and originality..."
4.39 out of 5