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Pollard’s Fierce Bad Rabbits, Brown’s The Tradition, and Franchini’s Shelf Life.
From happy lions to runaway robots.
Using an elaborate conceptual framework, the novel takes place during a mildly fractious 20-minute house viewing.
Despite intense secrecy and fantastical rumours, Anna Fifield skilfully charts Kim Jong-un’s power over North Korea in The Great Successor.
Colson Whitehead’s new novel is a spare and unsparing of a black child’s school experience in 1960s Florida.
When they met, Wordsworth was weak and Coleridge was strong; by the end of the year this was to be reversed.
The people declaring themselves #truecrimeaddicts or #murderinos., downloading podcasts with names like My Favorite Murder or True Crime Girl Time, are overwhelmingly female. Why?
Before Mishima committed ritual suicide on 25 November 1970, he delivered a speech from a balcony in the garrison in central Tokyo, railing against Japan’s semi-pacifist postwar constitution.
The libertarian tract's policies and co-authors - Dominic Raab, Priti Patel, Liz Truss - are at the heart of the new government.
McCulloch’s Because Internet: Understanding the New Rules of Language, Davies’s Homesick: Why I Live in a Shed, and Phillips’s Attention Seeking.
From Elvis to Justin Bieber, pop idols provide a powerful buzz; but fandoms also hold a social and emotional significance to those involved.