There’s no magic bullet for the climate. We may need a complete rectification of our values, lifestyles and social structures.
A glimpse into the lifelong effects of terrible childhood events. Just Ignore Him is a a beautiful, unforgettable, sad, funny and brave book.
Race riots, royals and gender bending. No, it’s not 2020. It’s 1981 and there’s a serial killer at large in this indy British crime novel.
Plenty of sugarcoating in this feelgood novel about the homeless, junkies, alcoholics and people with mental health problems.
A long and unrelenting story of miserable poverty, hard work and bare survival. It’s miserable to read, too, despite often lyrical prose.
Des is a good father. He loves his wife and children more than anything. So much that he’s determined to take care of them, once and for all.
An incisive depiction of the decline of the Victorian era and the rise of the Modern era, and a gripping multi-generational family saga.
Action-packed distraction. A serial killer politician faces an ex-cop duo determined to stop him. But he’s not going down without a fight…
The best zombie novels invite us to think critically about the collective, about society and about our role in preserving it.
As The World Dies Book 1. Great story, characterization and dialogue, tense plotting and emotional impact… and the best ever opening scene.