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In a year of reckoning with racial injustice, the shortlist demonstrates the publishing industry’s commitment to do better.
The debut novelist on his criminal past, generational trauma, and how falling in love changed him.
After years of complaints from users, Goodreads' reign over the world of book talk might be coming to an end.
The Booker Prize winner once again shows how powerfully he can probe the outer limits of dignity and agency for angry young brown men.
The quiz master on the future of TV and his debut novel The Thursday Murder Club.
Paul Preston’s A People Betrayed explores decades of misrule in modern Spain.
The novel begins in 1967, in the clubs of London's psychedelic music scene, as the band find their groove amid the cultural revolution of the 1960s.
The Booker-shortlisted author's second novel captures the pull of an obsessive relationship.
In his new book, Gene Sperling shows how paying living wages and giving people agency over their lives can create a more dynamic economy.
The Russian writer's tales of stasis, uncertainty and irresolution determined the path of 20th-century fiction.
Perhaps it's best to think of Summer as something other than a novel or, at least, a distinct subgenre of the novel. Fast fiction?