Fiction book reviews, looking at some of the best new literature publications, including hardback and paperback releases, new authors and the review of existing classics.
Though we’re a little late to the party in our review of Hilary Mantel‘s Wolf Hall, we can’t help but add our take on the scintillating novel that has already won The
Terry Pratchett’s Snuff is the latest novel in the brilliant City Watch series featuring the impassible Commander Samuel Vimes as he’s sort of forced on holiday with his wife Lady Sybil Ramkin
It’s not necessarily meant to be a comedy, but there’s definitely a few laughable moments in James Patterson’s latest crime thriller, Private Games, co written with Mark Sullivan. It’s not that
Combining the fantastical imagination of Terry Pratchett with the sci-fi skills of Stephen Baxter, The Long Earth is a great new addition to the world
Review by William Stack The darkest funny you will ever read. Malice in Blunderland was an unexpected find. It is also an extra pleasure in that nobody else has heard of it,