"by turns gripping and laugh-out-loud funny..."
— Daily Mail
5 out of 5
A Different Drummer
William Melvin Kelley
"His work is long overdue a revival..."
— Financial Times
"This experimental novel narrated by a dog is clever, mature, entertaining and delightful..."
— Irish Times
"Davidson is one of those writers, like Raymond Chandler, who wrote proper literature that just also happened to be genre fiction..."
— The Independent
The Underground Railroad
"This is a shocking and imaginative story of slavery and suffering..."
— Evening Standard
The Great Believers
"a deeply affecting novel that is full of death, yet simultaneously spirited and hopeful..."
— The Observer
Magda Szabo, Len Rix
"Katalin Street’s effect on me was so extraordinary that at first I couldn’t decide what was most extraordinary about it..."
— The Daily Telegraph
Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine
"...one of the most unusual and thought-provoking heroines of recent contemporary fiction..."
The Restless Girls
Jessie Burton, Angela Barrett
"a wonderful, magic-realist feminist fantasy..."
— Book Trust
The Stone Sky
N. K. Jemisin
"It’s devastating. Poignant and personal and almost impossibly powerful......"
Beastie Boys Book
Michael Diamond, Adam Horovitz
"few books took a timelier Polaroid..."
"According to Shepherd, “pathology tells its own story”, and he shows this brilliantly..."
— The Guardian
The Boy on the Shed
" Ferris’s memoir will endure beyond a convenient Christmas stocking filler..."
— The Times
4.93 out of 5
"...places Laura’s choices as a writer within the larger context of Americans’ self-deception when it comes to the pioneer life and its legacy..."
4.88 out of 5
In the Dream House: A Memoir
Carmen Maria Machado
"Carmen Maria Machado’s book is a tour de force. ..."
4.86 out of 5
What a Hazard a Letter Is
"sparkling... lively and well researched..."
— The Spectator
4.83 out of 5
Attlee and Churchill
Leo McKinstry (Author)
"We are reminded too that certain features of British politics are less new-fangled than they may appear...."
— New Statesman
No Place to Lay One's Head
"an illuminating depiction of wartime France and a gripping and affecting personal account of endurance and defiance..."
— The Economist
A Certain Idea of France
"This comprehensive biography offers a 3D portrait of a man who was arrogant and vain..."
4.81 out of 5
At the Loch of the Green Corrie
"Consistently well-written, sometimes dazzlingly so, this book is difficult to slot into a genre..."
4.8 out of 5
The Italian Teacher
"The Italian Teacher is often wickedly funny - Rachman has an eye for life's cruelty worthy of Waugh..."
"Powerful debut examines life as a Native American..."
4.92 out of 5
Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah
"...so daring and mind-bending that you haven’t a clue where he’s going to take you...."
The Kremlin Letters
David Reynolds, Vladimir Pechatnov
"a fascinating and detailed narrative of the war’s decision-making..."
The Dawn Watch
"This stylishly written biography presents Joseph Conrad as a frank and original interpreter of his times and a prophet of our own..."
"This finely detailed account of the human cost ends with a poignant anecdote of loss redeemed...."
4.82 out of 5
The Cut Out Girl
Bart van Es
"moving history of WWII’s hidden children..."
4.67 out of 5
The Spy and the Traitor
"Macintyre brings depth, perspective and storytelling panache..."
4.65 out of 5
"This is a novel that demands much of its readers, and gives much in return...."
4.64 out of 5
The Boundless Sea
"This book must be among the favourites of the year. It is rich, humorous and insightful..."
4.61 out of 5
A First Book of the Sea
Nicola Davies, Emily Sutton
"a particularly delightful anthology of poems..."
I Am the Seed That Grew the Tree
"...a beautifully illustrated collection of nature poems for children – one for every day of the year..."
The Clockwork Crow
"this wintry enchantment is suspenseful, resonant of folk tales and perfect to curl up with in the cold..."
— The Sunday Times
The Hate U Give
"...a brilliant and fantastically told exploration of race in America - and of growing up, too..."
A Monster Calls
Patrick Ness, Siobhan Dowd
"A beautifully written and illustrated novel, it is highly recommended and will take you into another world...."
The Lost Words
Robert Macfarlane, Jackie Morris
"This sumptuously illustrated book is a celebration of words from the natural world..."
Armadillo and Hare
Jeremy Strong, Rebecca Bagley
"Bagley’s charismatic illustrations add character, movement, comedy and style..."
The Skylarks' War
"...this dense, beautifully unravelled family saga may be her best book yet...."
The Colour of the Sun
"He is that rare thing - a writer of lucid, mature elegance, who can still see the world through adolescent eyes...."
4.85 out of 5
"a brilliant novel for our times..."
" as multi-stranded as a novel by Victor Hugo..."
4.79 out of 5
The Lost Man
"opens with an image so disturbing it lingers for days..."
Never Have I Ever
"Jackson raises the stakes again and again in this skilfully plotted novel..."
4.63 out of 5
"This is genuinely unputdownable..."
"Helen Phillips’s disconcerting new novel starts on a note of thrillerish urgency...."
— London Review of Books
4.6 out of 5
"expertise is clear throughout... his marriage of fact and fiction is masterly..."
"gut-wrenching twists and an engaging protagonist..."
— Daily Express
4.57 out of 5
A Treachery of Spies
"engrossing and ingenious..."
4.71 out of 5
"bleak but compelling..."
4.7 out of 5
Heaven, My Home
"magnificent... shines an unflinching light on an ugly side of contemporary America..."
"an epic and immersive read..."
"(a) nuanced meditation on race, roots and belonging..."
4.54 out of 5
"The result is inventive and deeply satisfying, especially to readers already familiar with the plot..."
— The New York Times
4.5 out of 5
The New Iberia Blues
James Lee Burke (Author)
"Once again James Lee Burke has created a phantasmagoric fable..."
4.43 out of 5
"a magnificent tribute to both character and author..."
4.4 out of 5
Chasing the Sun
Linda Geddes (Features Editor)
"entertaining and persuasive account..."
"a memoir that promises to linger with you like a literary earworm..."
4.75 out of 5
This is Going to Hurt
" It is a truly laudable book, hilarious, moving and caustic. ..."
— The Scotsman
The Far Field
"luminous in outlining a young woman’s struggle..."
4.56 out of 5
How to Change Your Mind
"an often relentlessly sunny, affirmative writer..."
A Short History of Falling
"At every turn, [Hammond's] witty precision deepens the narrative’s impact. He did not choose his subject, MND chose him. He is a real writer and real writers have to write...."
4.44 out of 5
What Dementia Teaches Us About Love
"compelling, deeply felt book..."
— Times Literary Supplement
"Trevor’s admirers will return to them again and again..."
"Adam Mars-Jones is a logic‑chopping polymath whose writing sings with cleverness and wit, and yet there is something relentless about this book..."
4.33 out of 5
Who Killed My Father
"remarkable delicacy and understanding..."
4.29 out of 5
Adam Smith: What He Thought, and Why it Matters
"...a remarkable and intensely readable book..."
"A riveting chronicle of the Theranos saga..."
4.55 out of 5
"Her writing is excellent: precise, economical and accessible..."
Hans Rosling, Ola Rosling, Anna Rosling Ronnlund
"How a book offering a bright worldview became a surprise bestseller..."
The Great Romantic
"Hamilton’s book is a marvel..."
4.36 out of 5
Ladies Can't Climb Ladders
"an important and crackingly good read..."
— The Sunday Telegraph
4.22 out of 5
"...(an) excellent account of the rise and fall of the bumptious entrepreneur..."
4.15 out of 5
Jodi Kantor, Megan Twohey
"Even though we know what happens, She Said reads like a thriller..."
— Literary Review
4.13 out of 5
"Bullough pithily anatomises the offshore economy that affects us all, whether we realise it or not...."
4 out of 5
Fierce Bad Rabbits
"an enlightening, perceptive analysis..."
The Silence of the Girls
"the vigour of her execution, will ensure that this novel is read for generations to come..."
The Sealwoman's Gift
"Magnusson takes us on a journey that not only crosses continents, but encompasses tragedy and rich sensuality..."
Frieda: The Original Lady Chatterley
"an engrossing portrait of DH Lawrence’s muse..."
The Doll Factory
"a harrowing and a bewitching adventure..."
4.32 out of 5
"The novel in this new, uncensored version does constantly what the best journalism does..."
Blood and Sugar
"her knowledge is worn lightly and she brings the period splendidly to life in her horrible but irresistible portrayal of Deptford..."
The King’s Evil
"a novel filled with intrigue..."
4.25 out of 5
"A superbly told story...."
Escape from Earth
"a true history of rocketry, espionage and sex cults..."
"A mathematician and advocate for technology challenges the influence of algorithms and calls for a better understanding of what we’re giving away ..."
4.41 out of 5
The Twittering Machine
"An unflinching look at our toxic relationship with grim yet compelling social media..."
Caroline Criado Perez
" as Criado Perez systematically shows, women are still considered the second sex, if they are considered at all...."
4.18 out of 5
Origins: How the Earth Made Us
4.17 out of 5
"a rich and joyous book about a fascinating bird..."
"It is no mean feat to capture the essence of the human body and the history of medicine and modern clinical practice in a single volume, but Bryson manages it phenomenally well..."
Rose George (Y)
"a work of detailed journalism, covering what are essentially disparate and sometimes very complex subjects. ..."
The Globotics Upheaval
"an engaging and informative book..."
Time to Go
"Time to Go fairly pulses with life — and, strangely, disarming humour..."
4.2 out of 5
The Dutch House
"Patchett gracefully captures the strange, egotistical logic of childhood...."
Berkmann's Cricketing Miscellany
"a hugely enjoyable compendium of cricketing stories..."
4.78 out of 5
"Lara Prior-Palmer’s terrific account of entering the Mongol Derby on a whim..."
The Summer Isles
"I loved The Summer Isles from page one..."
A Boy in the Water
"a compelling account..."
Jeff Benedict, Armen Keteyian
"the most serious attempt ever made to get behind golf’s great enigma..."
"...mesmerising. He mimics the way we absorb news and current affairs through myriad sources..."
4.1 out of 5
Arlott, Swanton and the Soul of English Cricket
Stephen Fay, David Kynaston
"this engaging joint biography confirms that they were united by ‘a deep and thoughtful love of cricket and cricketers..."
Amateur: A True Story of What Makes a Man
Thomas Page McBee
"This rumble in the gender jungle is punchy, thought-provoking stuff,..."
3.88 out of 5
Erebus: The Story of a Ship
"illuminated by flashes of gentle wit..."
4.31 out of 5
"A poet’s watchful gaze on the natural world..."
4.27 out of 5
"it has a definite design – like that of a garden..."
4.26 out of 5
"A new account relates the rise of regional music scenes to the UK’s loss of heavy industry..."
A Month in Siena
"it is exquisitely constructed and the use of language is precise and delicately nuanced without pretension..."
Around the World in 80 Trains
" a rare rising star of the genre..."
The Way to the Sea
"a personal, enjoyable celebration of the Thames from source to sea..."
In My Mind's Eye
"Her travelling days may be over, but the grand dame of travel writing still offers novel perspectives on the world..."
3.83 out of 5
Mud and Stars
"her drily witty sentences snap like sushki, the crunchy sugared bread rings Russians eat with their coffee..."
3.82 out of 5
Everything I Know About Love
"a shockingly intimate memoir from former sex columnist Dolly Alderton..."
A Field Guide to the English Clergy
Rev. The Revd Fergus Butler-Gallie
"a light-hearted rebuke to “the idol of earnestness” which blights large parts of the Church..."
My Sister, the Serial Killer
"a joyous stab against the patriarchy, as well as a suspenseful thriller..."
3.95 out of 5
"[a] sideways look at what happens when mathematics goes wrong..."
3.86 out of 5
The Rosie Result
"A brave, funny conclusion to an atypical trilogy..."
3.57 out of 5
The Captain and the Glory
"A somewhat heavy-handed satirical work..."
3.41 out of 5
Diary of a Somebody
"a spoof too far..."
3.36 out of 5
"An entertaining polemic against the tech industry..."
3.33 out of 5
The Book of Baruch
Geoffrey Hill, Kenneth Haynes (Professor of Comparative Literature and Classics, Brown University)
"It is among his greatest work...."
Francis: A Life in Songs
"lyrical successes – and plenty of imaginative touches..."
The Penguin Book of the Prose Poem
"a wonderful alternative history of modern poetry..."
Vertigo and Ghost
"poems of lasting power..."
The Long Take
"a masterly work of art, exciting, colourful (and) fast-paced..."
3.94 out of 5
The Collected Poems of Bertolt Brecht
Bertolt Brecht, David Constantine, Tom Kuhn
"Where this volume breaks new ground in English is in conveying Brecht’s extraordinary poetic inventiveness...."
3.89 out of 5
"The new Oxford poetry professor draws on The Odyssey in her skilful collection..."
One Hundred Lyrics and a Poem
"Tennant’s precise Englishness requires something bolder to offset its simplicity: you miss fellow Pet Shop Boy Chris Lowe’s neon-lit synthesiser..."
The Letters of T S Eliot: Volume 8
T. S. Eliot
"this edition is utterly remarkable..."
3.63 out of 5
Running Upon the Wires
"This is a reminder of the poet Kate Tempest is – able, whenever she chooses, to soar above the conversational...."
3.4 out of 5
I Am Dynamite!
"The juicy soap-opera life of a great thinker..."
4.46 out of 5
How the World Thinks: A Global History o...
"A bold analysis reframes western philosophy in the light of the more mystical traditions of the east..."
4.14 out of 5
Kate Kirkpatrick (King's College London, UK)
"Kate Kirkpatrick frees the feminist writer from a subplot that came to define her..."
Lessons in Stoicism
"Sellars achieves the task he sets himself admirably. ..."
The New Enclosure
"(a) fine and valuable book..."
The History of Philosophy
A. C. Grayling
"Perhaps this book’s greatest value lies in its vigorous, if largely implicit, defence of secular rationality...."
Maoism: A Global History
"The global influence of Maoism, from 1970s Zimbabwe to 1990s Peru...."
3.91 out of 5
Roger Eatwell, Matthew Goodwin
"They do a good job of demolishing lazy stereotypes about Trump and Brexit supporters being almost exclusively white and old..."
3.67 out of 5
The Science of Fate
"each chapter could be expanded into a book..."
"David G Blanchflower's diagnosis of new labour market ills is insightful but hard work in places..."
"It’s wonderful to hear the sound of Rooney’s voice on the page again..."
4.52 out of 5
Nine Perfect Strangers
"an astutely observed skewering of aspirational anxieties and the wellness industry..."
4.38 out of 5
The Giver of Stars
"Misfit women rule in a beguiling tale of unlikely love..."
Reasons to Be Cheerful
"the pleasure of this novel is in the quirky characters, the effervescent writing and the comedy in just about every line..."
"[a] breathtaking debut...."
"I adored this uplifting story about hope and love..."
What Happens Now?
"funny and beautifully written..."
The Eighth Life
Nino Haratischvili, Charlotte Collins, Ruth Martin
"a linear and engrossing family tale of Georgia..."
"a devastating debut..."
The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle
"an exuberant mash-up of an Agatha Christie-style murder mystery and time-travelling, body-swap science fiction..."
4.37 out of 5
"Raymond Chandler meets William Gibson..."
"the novel is one long caper..."
3.93 out of 5
"The novel gathers momentum as it goes, and few readers will stop until they reach its final page..."
3.9 out of 5
"awesome, awe-inspiring space opera..."
3.8 out of 5
Machines Like Me
"a fictional mathematical discovery is placed in the past and its ripple effects are carried forward..."
3.78 out of 5
"enjoyably nightmarish...compulsive reading..."
3.71 out of 5
"Two environmentally dystopian visions of a flooded earth..."
"every sentence is a joy..."
Land of the Living
"vivid, illuminating and unbearably tense..."
4.07 out of 5
In the Full Light of the Sun
"Clare Clark’s sixth work of historical fiction, (is) as compelling as it is expansive..."
Whiskey When We're Dry
"the punch and intensity of the writing and the voice of Jessie are rather remarkable..."
"I disliked this on first read, then was absolutely blown away..."
3.96 out of 5
A Long Petal of the Sea
"a sweeping historical saga..."
What's Your Type | Merve Emre
"The partnership behind a ubiquitous test..."
4.42 out of 5
"Capitalism is the villain in this near-future tale set on a surrogacy facility for the super-rich..."
Blueprint: How DNA Makes Us Who We Are
"enthusiasm sometimes gets the better of him: the book glosses over too many of the weaknesses of human behaviour genetics..."
Tim Etchells, Jarvis Cocker
"The orality of these morality tales is absolutely thrilling..."
The Science of Storytelling
"The mechanisms of narrative..."
Let Me Not Be Mad
A K Benjamin
When the Dogs Don't Bark
Professor Angela Gallop
"a fascinating memoir of a scientist’s career, but also the history of a field’s technological transformation..."
Doris Kearns Goodwin
"a more conventional appraisal of leadership, but a highly readable one..."
3.58 out of 5
The Gendered Brain
"A clever study into flawed research and gender-based misconceptions of the mind..."
3.55 out of 5
Noel Malcolm (Senior Research Fellow, All Souls College, Oxford)
"Malcolm is as subtle a historian as he is a capacious one..."
A History of the Bible
"A fascinating, wise exploration of the Bible’s evolution..."
Living with the Gods: On Beliefs and Peoples
"more than coffee table aesthetics or even “mere anthropology”..."
4.23 out of 5
"Carrère’s transparency about his approach is what sets him apart..."
Angels: A Visible and Invisible History
"Stanford deserves praise for some wonderful art historical writing..."
Arabs: A 3,000-Year History of Peoples, ...
"how a people and religion were built on language..."
The Lost Art of Scripture
"Armstrong tells an epic story with a polemical edge. ..."
Kabbalah: Secrecy, Scandal and the Soul
"Harry Freedman tries his best to explain one of the world’s most esoteric traditions, but mystery, it transpires, is mysterious..."
3.5 out of 5
How Democracies Die
Steven Levitsky, Daniel Ziblatt
"This is a provocative and readable book, but in the end it is also an unsatisfying one...."
3.43 out of 5
Coal Black Mornings
"humble but idiosyncratic..."
The Classical Music Lover's Companion to...
"The sheer size of Robert Philip’s Companion is testament to the weight of his scholarship..."
To Throw Away Unopened
"...her incandescent midlife memoir, a menopausal battle cry ..."
How to be Invisible
"Her book... works magically, possibly because many of her lyrics are structured so strangely...."
A Fabulous Creation
"Hepworth has more insider knowledge and knows more rock anecdotes than any man alive..."
— The Herald
Professor Alan Walker
"a stunning achievement..."
4.09 out of 5
I Saw Eternity the Other Night: King’s...
Roger Daltrey: Thanks a lot Mr Kibblewhite
"vivid, atmospheric and funny..."
3.87 out of 5
Midnight in Chernobyl
"a gripping, miss-your-subway-stop read..."
"Two powerful books by low-paid women struggling to keep a roof over their heads illustrate the severity of Britain’s housing crisis..."
Never Home Alone
"Dunn’s description of what goes on in the rich ‘biofilm’ inside our showerheads is astonishing stuff..."
The Invisible Killer
"Faced with the loss of beloved landscapes, some passionate individuals have taken action at enormous cost and personal risk...."
The Uninhabitable Earth: A Story of the Future
"an attempt to prepare us for what has in fact already happened..."
3.59 out of 5
We Are the Weather
Jonathan Safran Foer
"...can veganism fix the climate? (Erm, no)..."
"Lovelock’s rambling, maundering book indeed reads like the jottings of a trendy vicar..."
Who Owns England?
"sometimes leads to caricature..."
3.16 out of 5
The Priory of the Orange Tree
"the narrative builds like a tidal wave ..."
Black Leopard, Red Wolf
"reading it can often be a bit of a slog, to be frank..."
3.73 out of 5
"Fabulous elements are mixed with everyday life and references to Brexit in an intriguing mother-daughter story about origins..."
"Fforde keeps the puns and neologisms coming thick and fast..."
Robert Macfarlane, Stanley Donwood
"the conclusion of the book is, in its bleak way, impressive..."
The Starless Sea
"Erin Morgenstern’s starry debut, The Night Circus, proves a hard act to follow..."
3.26 out of 5
Fire and Blood
George R. R. Martin
"if you enjoyed JRR Tolkien’s The Silmarillion, you’ll like this...."
2.81 out of 5
Robbie Arnott (Author)
"A novel where special coffins are required to keep the dead from rising, and river gods vandalise jetskis could be irritating. But here the tricks pay off..."
Catherynne M. Valente
"a frantic narrative...with in-jokes, pop-culture references and some pertinent observations about diversity and gender politics..."
"very readable and hugely damaging..."
"a wry and witty tour of intelligence and where it may take us..."
Jamie Susskind (Barrister, Littleton Chambers)
"The tone of this book is as refreshing as the originality of insight...."
"This fabulously frank tech memoir is full of sexism and excess..."
3.6 out of 5
The Creativity Code
Marcus du Sautoy
"By the end of this elegantly conceived book, du Sautoy has subtly but fatally pricked the giant PR bubble of tech ‘AI’..."
"His arguments are compelling..."
3.25 out of 5
"The whistle-blower’s memoir is insightful, with a nice line in tech-inflected imagery...."
3.2 out of 5
Red and White
"It functions as both a memoir and a guide to Oz’s world of wine and, my God, he really can write..."
A Cheesemonger's History of The British Isles
"a welcome addition to the canon of food-centric histories..."
4.11 out of 5
A Half Baked Idea
"a gentle, lovely book..."
The Way We Eat Now
"Wilson writes with such clarity and grace that the chapters slip by like the courses of a delicious tasting menu..."
Pie Fidelity: In Defence of British Food
"he builds a picture not just of the grub itself but of the people who put themselves outside it..."
3 out of 5
Antoni in the Kitchen
"It all looks genuinely appealing and doable..."
— The Bookseller
A Long and Messy Business
"'Leigh is a great chef who’s at home both on the page and in the kitchen'..."
Lunch at 10 Pomegranate Street
"I was left longing for more meat on the story, but the book is a wonderful celebration of multiculturalism..."
The Little Library Year
"original and engrossing... brilliant..."
Andrew Michael Hurley
"Andrew Michael Hurley returns to a strange but familiar terrain..."
4.06 out of 5
Mouthful of Birds
"her command of her material is scintillating..."
Last Ones Left Alive
"Zombies hunt for living flesh in an Ireland destroyed by ‘the Emergency’ … but does this debut bring anything new to the dystopian genre?..."
3.75 out of 5
"This novel is talky, smart, anarchic and quite sexy. You begin to linger on those three s’s when you speak the title aloud..."
3.56 out of 5
"the master of horror gets cuddly..."
3.29 out of 5
You Know You Want This
"Kristen Roupenian’s sharp, powerful and uncomfortable debut collection of stories..."
3.06 out of 5
Things We Say in the Dark
"Some readers might find [the authorial interjections] jarring; to others, it might feel like authorial over-sharing. In the end though, I think Logan pulls it off...."
Melmoth the Wanderer 1820: with an intro...
Charles Robert Maturin, Sarah Perry
"a novel which few can rival for complexity, cunning and horror. ..."
"Horrendously read-able, deliciously sickening and elegantly twisted, Joe Hill’s new collection of stories range from elegiac pulp to full-on horror...."
The Secret Barrister
"this immensely impressive volume manages to make a subject that is bleak and dry utterly compelling...."
Red Card: FIFA and the Fall of the Most ...
"'Red Card, an account of the downfall of Fifa, reads like an FBI thriller — because that is exactly what it is.' ..."
Court Number One
"Does Grant add anything to these familiar tales? I think so: the perspective and sensibility of a 21st-century lawyer...."
Eve Was Shamed
"This new book feels like a rehash of the ideas of second-wave feminism, with an uncritical adoption of some 21st-century orthodoxies that are actively hostile towards it..."
Protest and Power
"Kogan tells this story with admirable even-handedness and plenty of revealing quotation..."
The Narrow Corridor
Daron Acemoglu, James A. Robinson
"In the context of our troubled times, it reads like a warning...."
The American Trap
"this book has something important to say about the world today..."
In Your Defence: Stories of Life and Law
"Langford has reinvented a genre..."
"(a) heartfelt and frequently devastating autobiography..."
'Broadsword Calling Danny Boy': On Where...
"a delightful celebration of a martial pop culture..."
"Juicier sex scenes, bloodier violence and racier dialogue being lapped up by cinema goers came to a shuddering end in 1934..."
"reveals her to be a defiant survivor, with an eye for scabrous detail..."
Beyond the Thirty-Nine Steps
"A redoubtable Scotsman of his time..."
William J. Mann
"This zigzag opus is hard to follow...."
"what we have here is Julie Andrews as her actual self, with barely a spoonful of sugar along the way..."
3.44 out of 5
"Afterimages strikes a balance between consistency of thought and a willingness to adapt...."
Hollywood Wants to Kill You
Michael Brooks, Rick Edwards
"As with all the best science writing, this book doesn’t just give answers, it also asks interesting questions...."
How Does It Feel?
"witty, self-deprecating... entertaining..."
Anna Mill, Luke Jones
"it certainly is a wild ride..."
Two Girls Down
"this flawless performance is captivating..."
" There is...real daring here, as well as empathy and imagination..."
King of King Court
"This affecting account of family life features dreams of monsters, classroom japes – and a father hooked on heroin..."
The Red Zone
Silvia Vecchini, Sualzo
"a restrained, poignant graphic novel..."
The Boy, The Mole, The Fox and The Horse
"Rusty Brown is a human document of rare richness..."
Time for Lights Out
" a beloved genius of storytelling and illustration..."
Modernists & Mavericks
"Gayford lucidly and entertainingly lays out their characters..."
Giovanni Bellini: The Art of Contemplation
New Year's Day is Black
"a bold and sobering work of art..."
Lee Krasner: A Biography
"How do we properly judge Lee Krasner’s art?..."
A Lesson in Art and Life
Hugh St Clair
"he original Bohemian Rhapsody of two art world hedonists..."
Ireland in the European Eye
Gisela Holfter, Bettina Migge
"provides an excellent analysis of Ireland’s various interactions with its European allies..."