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Since We Fell by Dennis Lehane

Since We Fell is not one of Dennis Lehane’s better novels. Like all his work it’s compulsively readable, there was never a point when I didn’t want to turn the page. But it’s most certainly a novel of two...

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Borne by Jeff Vandermeer

There are very few writers who could pull off a short-story – let alone a novel – that features a three-storey flying bear with a rapacious appetite for human flesh. Unfortunately Jeff Vandermeer isn’t one of them....

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Ghachar Ghochar by Vivek Shanbhag

It’s astonishing how much detail, plot and character development Vivek Shanbhag packs into his novella Ghachar Ghochar. Published for the first time in English and beautifully translated from Kannada by Srinath Perur, the...

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The Idiot by Elif Batuman

When literary blogs and the book section of newspapers published their list of novels to look forward to in 2017, Elif Batuman’s The Idiot was listed frequently. Her previous book, The Possessed, a collection of...

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All Grown Up by Jami Attenberg

Reading All Grown Up by Jami Attenberg could have been a painful process, the equivalent of having your teeth removed via your nostrils. The story of a woman in her late thirties, childless, unmarried and living in New York...

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  • This is a very good review by Paul Kincaid of an important book that, while, not on my best of list for 2017 makes… https://t.co/pm8TqKXuaL
    about 3 days ago
  • Nina Allan’s look at experimental fiction with a review of the brilliant The Fountain In The Forest by Tony White.… https://t.co/PuSlFVQAnd
    about 3 days ago
  • My review of Attrib. and other stories by Eley Williams (Influx Press) https://t.co/Z2QKMmIzof
    about 3 days ago

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