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Macunaíma is a complex, often perplexing picaresque that takes the reader on an incredible journey.
Written in her deliciously dark tone, Bazterrica’s claws puncture polite society’s fragile membrane, revealing the darkness writhing beneath.
A haunting family saga about love, family, and the often unconsidered victims of war.
A novel with a fable-like quality, it is a gift to any reader.
Twenty-one years of solitary imprisonment have made the Kurdish freedom-fighter Muzafar-i Subhdam a nomad, roaming inside his own thoughts…
It is one thing to lose something, but quite another to have had it stolen.
A love letter to humanity and nature, art and culture.
An uncompromising new voice from San Andres that describes a magical, transcendent place.
Scego blends Italy’s contentious past and present, unearthing the layers beneath Rome’s glittering surface.
This novel simply is. Give it the time and attention it deserves and it will stay with you for the rest of your life
How can we map new itineraries of empathy? Cartography is a way to organise knowledge, and a walk is what grounds those ideas in reality.
This book is a humane lesson on how to remain kind and sensitive towards our fellow struggling humans
A novel which effortlessly transcends the banality of categorisation to tell the story of a body and its struggle to feel whole.
Reading this novel is like falling a mind map, with landscape, characters and crimes carefully plotted.
Cixous explores the liminal space between fiction and fact, memory and history, novel and memoir.
Despite dealing with dark subjects, this is a novel of lightness and hope