Scego blends Italy’s contentious past and present, unearthing the layers beneath Rome’s glittering surface.
A savage and touching exploration of the realities of life in post-civil-war Korea
The novel traces landmark moments in French history, from the 1971 Manifesto of the 343 to the 1981 election of President François Mitterrand.
Getting Lost leaves one submerged in Ernaux’s world, gasping for breath, and fighting for reason.
De Gregorio interrogates the classic missing person mystery and finds a deeper mystery hidden within – that of missing identity,
Linea Nigra is a journey into an elsewhere and a valuable documentation of self-transformation.
Every part of our lives becomes a story one day
This could be her last chance. Luc might be the best she can hope for. Or maybe she has finally just tired of defying expectations…
Blue by Emmelie Prophète reviewed
Competition between two women causes a rift
The girl I went to see lives in room number 96. Her name is Nana and that has been the only thing I know about her name.