The Vox called it: “a hollow, thematically empty book filled with hollow, psychologically empty characters”… I fully agree.
An intelligent, beautifully written and brutally observed dystopian novel about an economic crash and the effect of money on people.
A clever, thought-provoking novel about fat and dieting and about whether adults should feel or take responsibility for their siblings.
A tremendous, unforgettable, beautifully written and funny book about family and grief that delivers a profound emotional effect.
A novel for lovers of the classic great English novel, and for lovers. A story on a timeless theme, beautifully written and constructed.
Sublime novel about family, siblings, past trauma and grief, and how the bereaved struggle to make sense of their experience.
The Thirteenth Tale is mesmerizing, creepy and clever. A welcome mix of a page-turning, gripping read and fine writing. Gothic and delicious.