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26 August 2021
Review: Six Crimson Cranes by Elizabeth Lim
Six Crimson Cranes is a mesmerising retelling of the Grimm Brothers’ The Six Swans, with an East Asian folklore twist.
22 August 2021
Review: The Sweetness of Water by Nathan Harris
In The Sweetness of Water, Nathan Harris offers his readers a gorgeous exploration of race, emancipation, grief, and sexuality.
18 August 2021
Review: Matrix by Lauren Groff
Matrix is a mesmerising story, feminist to its core, about Marie de France and a twelfth-century nunnery.
17 August 2021
Review: The One Hundred Years of Lenni and Margot
The One Hundred Years of Lenni and Margot is a tear-jerking story about an extraordinary and unlikely friendship between two terminally ill hospital patients.
16 August 2021
Review: If I Had Your Face by Frances Cha
If I Had Your Face is an electrifying and compelling debut that exposes the class system in South Korea.
12 August 2021
Review: The Devil You Know by Charles M. Blow
In The Devil You Know, Blow provocatively proposes a reversal of the Great Migration, urging African-Americans living in the Northern States of America to resettle in the South.
12 August 2021
Review: The Rib King
The Rib King is a work of historical fiction, exploring the intersections between race, class, privilege, and exploitation.
9 August 2021
Review: The Lonely Castle in the Mirror
Winner of the Influential Japan Bookseller’s award, Lonely Castle in the Mirror explores child mental health and stresses the importance of human connection.
3 August 2021
Unsettled Ground by Claire Fuller
Unsettling, depressing and dark, Fuller's latest novel is a unique take on the thriller genre.
2 August 2021
Review: The Soulmate Equation by Christina Lauren
Publishing on 5 August, The Soulmate Equation is Christina Lauren’s latest feel-good, witty rom-com.
30 July 2021
Review: Erasure by Percival Everett
Erasure is a razor-sharp satire on how race operates in the publishing industry and society.
23 July 2021
Review: Dear Senthuran by Akwaeke Emezi
Akwaeke Emezi’s highly anticipated memoir Dear Senthuran is a musing on identity, displacement, and trauma.
20 July 2021
Review: Just As I Am by Cicely Tyson
In Just As I Am, Cicely Tyson reflects on her extraordinary career as an actress.
12 July 2021
Adoption and Motherhood: The Wild Track by Margaret Reynolds
Part memoir, part examination of motherhood, The Wild Track follows Margaret on her five-year journey to adopting a child. But pivotally, the book asks, ‘what makes any woman want to become a mother?’
9 July 2021
Review: Transcendent Kingdom by Yaa Gyasi
Transcendent Kingdom is a deeply thoughtful novel that paints an unforgettable portrait of familial loss, addiction, depression, and the conflict between faith and science.
2 July 2021
Review: The Butterfly Lampshade by Aimee Bender
The Butterfly Lampshade, by New York Times bestselling author Aimee Bender, is a poignant tale of a mother, a daughter, and mental illness.
28 June 2021
June nonfiction release: How The Word is Passed by Clint Smith
How The Word is Passed: A Reckoning With The History of Slavery in America is Clint Smith’s first work of nonfiction. By interweaving the past with the present, Smith sketches a history of slavery that is both informative and poetical.
25 June 2021
Upcoming book release: Reputation by Lex Croucher
Brining to the forefront topics that were off-limits to Regency-era novelists, Reputation is a feminist twist on the classic novel. From alcohol to sex, Reputation touches upon all that would once have been considered scandalous.
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