Reading a story through memories feels like an old movie, a movie that predates the Second World War.
If there is one thing that Old School excels in, it is the raw depiction of the protagonist’s contrived self-presentation.
When we “keep faith” in the face of catastrophe, we discover new strength within ourselves to keep going.
Unlikeable main characters abound in modern fiction, and this novel does not break that mold.
What if Circe could tell her own version of the story? Madeline Miller explores this possibility within her novel Circe: a story that transcends just a simple rewriting of The Odyssey.
Jewell has crafted a compelling mystery full of twists and turns, making sure you won’t know who to believe.
How Much of These Hills Is Gold is a novel that looks readers in the eye, never flinching from its own intensity.
In Adiba Jaigirdar’s The Henna Wars, Bengali teenager Nishat decides to come out as a lesbian to her traditional parents against the backdrop of her family friend’s wedding.
With our blind trust in the characters and text, Nigozyu sneakily surprises us with curve balls that prevents us from ever jumping to conclusions.
At the heart of Rooney’s novel is the message that people can change each other for the better.