Book reviews of mainly modern and contemporary fiction
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Fiction - hardcover; Faber and Faber; 224 pages; 2014. Review copy courtesy of the publisher. I recently watched a documentary by British journalist Louis Theroux about patients in a Los Angeles hospital fighting for their lives. One young man was in a coma and his prognosis was bleak: doctors said it was highly unlikely he'd ever recover and that he'd spend the rest of his life in a vegetative...
Welcome to Triple Choice Tuesday. This is where I ask some of my favourite bloggers, writers and readers to share the names of three books that mean a lot to them. The idea is that it might raise the profile of certain books and introduce you to new titles, new authors and new bloggers. Today's guest is Kate, one half of Essex-based book bloggers Adventures With Words. Kate is a secondary school...
Way back in November — which seems an awful long time ago now — I wrote a post about the longlist for the 2014 International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award, the world's richest literary award. The extraordinarily long longlist, which featured dozens and dozens of titles nominated by libraries across the world, has now been whittled away to just 10 books. The shortlist announced earlier in the week...