The Man Who Saw Everything by Deborah Levy

We are lucky to live in the world of Deborah Levy.

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Review! Maggie O’Farrell’s 17 Brushes with Death

O’Farrell brings the reader into her experience, our common experience, and makes them shiver with wonder and delight that they have (for the time being) escaped, as Dickens put it, Our Mutual Friend.

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Sjón: or damn good historical fiction


I’m shy to admit it, but I think it’s safe to say we all feel this way: reading short books make us feel accomplished. Especially when the book’s lightness comes from a graceful plot and considered language, as is the case for Icelandic author Sjón‘s latest novel, Moonstone: The Boy Who Never Was. After crossing […]

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